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Jeremy Flachs

jeremy.flachs@flachslaw.com
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Phone: (703) 879-1998

6601 Little River Turnpike Suite 315
Alexandria, Virginia 22312

Jeremy Flachs is the owner and principal attorney of the Law Offices of Jeremy Flachs. Jeremy is a 1975 graduate of Wake Forest University and a 1978 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law. Jeremy Flachs restricts his cases to plaintiff's personal injury. He is licensed in Virginia (1979) and the District of Columbia (1980).

Jeremy Flachs has been lead counsel in litigation involving vehicle crashes, premises liability/public sidewalks, bicycle crashes, pedestrian-vehicle crashes, slip and fall cases, police brutality/excessive force, ski slope injuries, product liability, insurance coverage, negligent highway construction, maintenance and design, brain injury and wrongful death. Jury trials have focused on a wide variety of injuries and claims, including car, bus and truck collisions, assault and battery and excessive force claims against police officers and police departments.

Jeremy Flachs has litigated cases in Circuit Courts throughout Virginia, in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and in federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia and the District of Columbia. Jeremy Flachs has also acted as lead counsel on appeals to the Virginia Court of Appeals, the Virginia Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

Mr. Flachs is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington DC, the American Association For Justice, and the local bar associations of Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax County, Virginia.

photo of jeremyMr. Flachs has lectured for NBI on Virginia law, including how to screen and settle auto, truck, bus and bicycle-pedestrian accident cases, civil procedure, rules of evidence and bad faith claims arising from and insurance company's failure to settle personal injury claims.

The main office is located in Alexandria Virginia conveniently accessed by several major thoroughfares. An office is also maintained in the District of Columbia.

In addition to his law practice, Mr. Flachs has been involved in a variety of volunteer activities. He served for 15 years as a member of the Board of Directors of the Carpenter's Shelter (homeless shelter) in Alexandria, Virginia. Mr. Flachs was formerly a member and past chairman of the City of Alexandria's Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.

Client Reviews
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Jeremy Flachs led our complex, high value case to a successful financial settlement. We were very satisfied with his representation and could not imagine another attorney doing a better job. Multiple parties were involved, including insurance companies and hard to locate witnesses. Jeremy was on top of the details at all times, worked hard to keep costs down and responded immediately to our communications. He was also sensitive to the painful and personal nature of our case. We can recommend him without reservation. Judith Watson
★★★★★
My family and I have turned to the Law Offices of Jeremy Flachs multiple times over the course of the past two decades. Mr. Flachs and his team have always been super supportive, knowledgeable, and responsive as they've helped us navigate legal hurdles. When I was just 18 years old, I was in an unfortunate car accident. Mr. Flachs, through his guidance and counsel, ensured that I received the high-quality medical care I needed. He personally assisted me through each step of the legal process, and was available to answer my questions. More recently, when my mother was in a car accident, Mr. Flachs relentlessly advocated on her behalf. My family and I have only great things to say about this firm and about Mr. Flachs and his team! Donia Ghorab
★★★★★
My case was complicated and tedious and required the utmost tenacity, intelligence, and resilience, all of which Mr. Flachs possessed with an unwavering commitment to building the strongest case possible. The risks that appeared along the way were offset by Mr. Flachs' determined belief and steadfast approach to leaving no stone unturned. The case eventually settled after a long process, including two failed mediations. With every step, Mr. Flachs dug in his heels deeper and kept fighting. For a personal injury lawsuit, you need a brilliant attorney like Mr. Flachs who is willing to go the distance without reservation. Connie Frigo