Eric W. Dickey’s passion for the law runs deep. Eric specializes in all aspects of insurance law, including insurance disputes, underpaid or denied insurance claims, and bad faith claims handling. Eric has held a Martindale rating of “AV” continuously since 2012.
Prior to joining Williams Law, P.A., Eric worked at one of the Florida mega firms representing fortune 500 companies and major insurers and at one of the most well known plaintiffs’ law firms in the state. Mr. Dickey previously worked as a prosecutor handling crimes ranging from DUI up to and including advising defendants of his intent to seek the death penalty in the most egregious of circumstances. Eric has tried more than 50 jury trials and more than 200 non-jury trials both in and outside the state of Florida. He regularly arbitrates matters when insurance policies dictate out-of-court proceedings.
Eric W. Dickey received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies, with honors, from the University of Central Florida in 1998 after having completed his college studies in three years. He graduated, with honors, from Florida State University College of Law in 2001. During law school, he served as an Executive Board Member of the highly selective trial team while competing in numerous state and national competitions. In addition, he served as the hand-picked research assistant to the law school dean, clerked for a prominent circuit court judge, and was recognized for his dedication to pro bono work during law school.
Eric W. Dickey has published more than a dozen articles and regularly lectured on insurance coverage matters.
Eric W. Dickey is a member of The Florida Bar, the Hillsborough County Bar Association, and is admitted to practice in all of the state courts of Florida, the United States District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Florida, and the United States Supreme Court.
When not practicing law, Mr. Dickey is an avid pilot, a terrible golfer, adjunct faculty at the local college teaching constitutional law, and finally volunteers on a what seems like a full time basis training dogs to become guide dogs for the blind.