How do I send assignments to Eckert & Associates, P.A.?
It’s easy to refer accounts to us!  We offer many ways to forward files:

*Email files to: info@downtimeclaims.com

*Fax them to: 904-215-3345

*Mail them to: P.O. Box 9899, Fleming Island, FL 32006

Can I talk to someone first?

Yes!  Please call us for an initial consultation at (904) 278-7688.  We will help you each step of the way.

Once you have consulted with us and you decide we are the right law firm for you, we will send you a contract to sign.  Once signed, we will provide you with a packet of forms to complete and a list of documents to produce.  We will create a demand package for the opposing side.  The opposing side’s response will dictate our next action.

Every case is handled on a contingency fee basis, so there are no initial retainers or hourly fees due. We are only paid a fee if we settle your claim. Our office is run by a staff skilled in handling transportation, subrogation and lost revenue claims.  We will work on your file as a team and you are free to contact any of us throughout the course of your case with any questions.

If your claim cannot be resolved without litigation, we will work with you to refer your case to an attorney in the proper jurisdiction to file suit. We will provide statuses to you throughout the litigation process, with our goal of a favorable judgment and resolution.

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