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in my opinion, the best med-mal appellate lawyer in the state is Charles Cork. For years he was in charge of the Amicus committee of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, which means that he had a large hand in any friend-of-the-court brief that the GTLA submitted to an appellate court. Just look up his website.
I agree with the previous poster that Charles Cork is an excellent canidate. My hope is that you have already made a decision some time ago because there is a limited time in which to file an appeal. Good luck to you.