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Burkett Law Office offers the highest caliber legal representation in Southwest Florida, Fort Myers and surrounding counties including the counties of Lee, Collier, Hendry, Glades, Charlotte, Sarasota, DeSoto, Manatee and Hillsborough. We take a personal approach to every case we handle. We can help you whether it involves arbitration, corporate law, legal malpractice, or a dispute with your insurance company.

Qualified, experienced attorney with more than 35 years of legal experience to help you with your legal problems.

We will work with you to determine which of our various fee structures will be the best one for your particular legal matter. We accept cash, checks, or credit cards for fee payments. Call us at (239) 275-2145 or email us today to learn how we can help you.

We Focus on The Following Practice Areas:


Insurance Affects Everyone

When there are disputes concerning payment or non-payment of insurance claims, it is imperative to find the most capable counsel to provide the best service in getting you the compensation that you need. Your attorney will have a working knowledge of the insurance industry, applicable laws, and how to resolve your dispute without requiring lengthy court time. Let us help you get your life back to normal with the compensation you deserve.



Florida’s Code of Ethics

The state of Florida has rules of professional conduct that all attorneys must follow. If you feel your attorney has been negligent or “dropped the ball,” it may be legal malpractice. This can include negligence, overcharges, abuse of trust, lack of skills, conflicts of interest, failure to communicate, and not meeting court deadlines, among others. If you feel your attorney has failed to meet the standards you expected from your legal counsel contact us and we will help you resolve your dispute.



The Florida Arbitration Process

Arbitration is an alternate dispute resolution process that provides a means of settling disagreements without going through the courts. Business arbitration in Florida requires detailed knowledge. It is basically a three step process, beginning with one party filing for arbitration, the second party being notified, and their joint selection of an arbitrator. If you have a dispute you want resolved without going to court, contact our office so Mr. Burkett can take a look at your case to determine your best course of action.