Pennsylvania courts have multiple layers. If a county judge makes a decision that you believe was in error, then you have the right to appeal the decision to the next level: the Pennsylvania Superior Court. And if you disagree with the Superior Court’s decision, then you can ask the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to hear your appeal, as well.
There are strict time limits regarding appeals, and appeals are governed by an entirely different set of rules than cases in front of county judges. Because of this, it is important to seek the advice of an experienced appellate attorney promptly after you receive a decision from a county judge that you think was wrong.
I have handled dozens of appeals in Pennsylvania courts from beginning to end and can help guide you through this process. Please review the Appeals FAQ page and contact me to schedule a consultation regarding your potential appeal.