Attorney Ashly Eikelberg is a fierce advocate who is dedicated to client needs, creatively approaching problems, and zealously preparing for each case.
Background as a Public Policy Advocate
Attorney Eikelberg honed his negotiation and advocacy skills as a Public Policy Advocate during his graduate fellowship and studies at the University of Central Florida’s Master of Public Policy program, partnering with the American Lung Association, the City of Orlando, and the Orange County Public Health Department.
Attorney Eikelberg’s work in the public sector and academia led him to pursue his dream of becoming an attorney. He enrolled in the New England School of Law and graduated in 2014. While in law school, Attorney Eikelberg interned at the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office in the Superior Court Division and the Department of Industrial Accidents, giving him insight and hands-on understanding of the practical application of civil and criminal law.
Attorney Eikelberg has an extensive history of successes both in and out of the courtroom, securing numerous not guilty verdicts and other favorable outcomes in District, Superior, and Federal Court. He has represented those accused with serious crimes and negotiated favorable settlements for clients seriously injured by the wrongful conduct of others.
Attorney Eikelberg also has extensive practical experience in front of various administrative bodies within the Commonwealth, particularly the RMV and Division of Insurance, where he has helped many clients quickly get their driver’s license back after it was suspended under difficult conditions.