Eike Law PC is dedicated to providing high quality professional representation at a fair price. If cases can be resolved short of intense litigation, Eike Law PC will ensure this result. However, not every case is susceptible to resolution in such an amicable fashion, and Principal Partner Kevin A. Eike is one of the few civil litigation, real estate and/or construction attorneys who will to take a case to trial when it is necessary to obtain a fair result for the firm’s clients. He has personally tried more than 25 cases to verdict, and believes that it is through trial, that attorneys gain the experience and wisdom to evaluate cases to their fullest potential. That experience is invaluable at Eike Law PC.
The firm specializes in flexible fee agreements including: contingency, flat fee, hourly, and success based compensation structures.
Kevin A. Eike is a Court Appointed Arbitrator in Multnomoh and Washington Counties and serves on Arbitration Services of Portland's Panel of Arbitrators. He is available to serve as Arbitrator or Mediator on a wide array of civil matters ranging from Construction and Real Estate matters to Professional Malpractice, to Personal Injury.
At Eike Law, PC, we specialize in bringing the law to your corner. We are dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you understand what actions we can take on your behalf. We will work with you every step of the way to make sure that you understand the choices you are making and feel empowered to make them.
Eike Law PC specializes in all aspects of real estate and construction law including construction defect litigation, Construction Contractor Board (CCB) claims, contract formation (drafting, review, and/or negotiation), payment claims, Home Owner Association general counsel, insurance coverage, and other matters. In addition to Real Estate and Construction Law, Eike Law PC handles a wide variety of civil litigation and transactional matters including business to business disputes, professional malpractice claims, personal injury claims, and insurance law. Eike Law PC attorney Kevin A. Eike is also a certified Mediator and has a passion for Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Eike Law PC is more than a one man shop, it has the necessary resources and networks to handle your case whether big or small and employs a full time qualified support staff to make sure your matter is handled, quickly, efficiently, and with the necessary horsepower it needs. No legal problem is too big or too small, or too “out of the ballpark” for the Eike Law PC team to handle.
Every morning, our legal team has a meeting to discuss our cases. This means that no matter who you go with in our firm, the expertise of the whole team weighs in on your case.
Eike Law PC routinely represents individuals, Home Owner’s Associations and other building and commercial property owners against developers, builders, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors and their insurance companies. Over the past five years, Kevin Eike has averaged multi millions per year in favorable recoveries for his clients.
Kevin A. Eike’s reputation speaks for itself. He has a long standing history with insurance companies who know Mr. Eike from the over five years they hired him to represent their insured parties. Over the past half of a decade, they have come to recognize and respect him as an advocate for home owners, HOA’s and commercial property owners.
Kevin A. Eike has been practicing in Oregon for over 17 years specializing in Litigation, Arbitration, Mediation, Real Estate, Construction, HOA, Contracts, Insurance and a vast array of legal areas. He and his team at Eike Law, PC, use that experience to help you down a path to the results you need. Check out our success stories, and then schedule your free phone consultation today.
Most developers, architects, engineers, builders, contractors, subcontractors, and insurance companies do behave in a professional manner and do care about their clients’ best interests. However, there are always exceptions to the rule, whereby some professionals will focus more on mitigating risk and optimizing profits. These professionals will focus on “fixing” your claim as expediently as possible with minimum investigation into the root cause of the issue. Their solutions are often sub optimal.
If you feel that you have a legitimate claim, do not let anyone tell you that claim is “not covered” under their policy, or that it “needs to be depreciated based on the useful life of your home or building,” or that it is “outside the builder’s one year warranty.” Insurance companies are in the “premium collecting” business, and developers and builders are in the business to build, sell, and collect profits.