The Eason Law Firm, Llc


The Eason Law Firm, Llc

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James Windsor Eason

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Wrongful Death, Car Accident, Animal Bite, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice

Mr. James Eason is licensed to practice in Missouri and Illinois. He has been a practicing litigator since 2003. His focus is on taking serious person... (more)

Mr. James Eason is licensed to practice in Missouri and Illinois. He has been a practicing litigator since 2003. His focus is on taking serious personal injury and consumer fraud cases to trial.

Attorney James Eason attended Murray State University and earned his bachelor’s degree in political science in 1998. He was named to the “Order of Omega” honor society, the Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Society, Lambda Alpha Honor Society, and was an active member of the Sigma Pi fraternity. He was nominated “Mr. Murray State” in 1996.

Attorney James Eason earned his law degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale in 2003. He was the Vice President of the National Black Law Student Association, a member of the Moot Court Team, and earned distinguished honors for the highest scores in Trial Advocacy. James honed his trial skills at one of the region’s most successful plaintiff’s firms. He has successfully tried numerous cases and has won many six-figure awards for his clients.

James takes pride in every case The Eason Law Firm handles because he works on each and every case personally.  Your case will never be pawned off on an associate and because James works on contingency, there is never a fee to talk to him. Remember, defendants pay attorney fees, NEVER the other way around.

"Im so thankful and still in stock on how fast my case was handled. James Eason is the BEST! After the collection agency was giving me the run around for months some lawyers didn't even want to take a look at my case. James took the time out to meet with me and listen. I explained what happened how I was being sued and garnished. He was able to not only win my case but he got it done in just one day! I'm so happy relieved and stress free! Thank you so much! The Best Fast lawyer ever."

  5 months ago     Neeka Leeshay

"Incredible people who will do whatever it takes to help you in your situation. I am so thankful I was referred to Mr. Eason. He cares and it shows. Thank you!"

  2 months ago     Jeremiah Williamson

"The James Eason Lawfirm is definitely where you want to go if you want full satisfaction and someone to represent you with class and grace. nMr. Eason has a immaculate work ethic, and he truly cares for his clients. The customer service as far as keeping you in the loop throughout the whole process is exceptional. Thank you Jennifer for always providing clear and concise information. His assistant is just as amazing as he is. nThis is truly your calling, to represent people with dignity and pride. Overall, even though this was something I felt I shouldn't had to go through, even though I did I'm beyond glad I went through it with them. Thank you for everything! Truly one of the best hands down. :)"

  1 year ago     LaDonna Baker

"He promptly took care of a matter that another attorney had drug his feet on for months. I got resolution and the outcome I was looking for. My calls and emails were always quickly returned and everyone I spoke to were polite and professional. Couldn't recommend enough."

  1 year ago     Ryan Arnold

"Had a positive experience. Though the circumstances led to me not pursuing my case, Me. Eason looked through all of the details, explained all my options, and gave me some good advice. I'll be back if I need a lawyer in the future."

  1 year ago     Michael Devitt

The Eason Law Firm, Llc
124 Gay Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63105


124 Gay Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63105

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