George H. Flammer, Jr., Esquire

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George H. Flammer, Jr., Esquire


New Jersey



Tell Me Your Story

New Jersey attorney George H. Flammer, Jr., Esquire, prides himself on the attention he gives to his clients. Unlike most law firms where a secretary always answers your call, Mr. Flammer wants to talk to you. He will make the time to really listen to you and understand your needs. You will get to know George as we work through your case. So when he makes a recommendation on whether to settle or go to trial, you will know he has your best interests at heart. He's happy to speak when it is convenient for you, including nights and weekends. Let's chat.


Mr. Flammer has a broad range of personal injury matters before the State and Federal Courts. His cases include car accidents, slip and falls, wrongful death, and general personal injury matters. In addition to his courtroom experience, Mr. Flammer clerked for The Honorable R. Brian McLaughlin, J.S.C., at the Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division, in the State's Capital of Trenton, New Jersey.

Prior to joining Farrell Thurman & Flammer, P.C., Mr. Flammer worked as an associate attorney at a prominent Mercer County based personal injury defense law firm. There, Mr. Flammer's main client was a car insurance company, which provided him with extensive experience defending insurance companies against car accident claims. In turn, Mr. Flammer learned the interworkings of insurance defense and now uses that experience to aggressively argue on behalf of car accident victims.

Mr. Flammer obtained his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School. There, he served as the Managing Technology Editor for the Rutgers Law School—Journal of Law and Public Policy. During law school, he was also a member of the Civil Practice Clinic, where he represented and obtained a favorable verdict at trial for a pro-bono client of the clinic.

Zealous But Considerate

As the old adage suggests, you catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Mr. Flammer believes that while an attorney should always aggressively represent his client, it does not mean he has to be a jerk. When your case is in the hands of a Judge or an opposing attorney, in most cases, it's better if that person likes you, or at the very least your lawyer. Building a rapport with the other side often leads to the highest settlement or jury award. George is known for his ability to win over any audience by presenting your best case in a way that Judges, juries, and insurance companies are most receptive to.

Get To Know George

In addition to being an attorney, George enjoys programming as a hobby. He has built hundreds of apps for the iPhone and Android platforms and has developed several websites, including this one. George has also programmed numerous tools to aid in his law practice automating countless mundane tasks and saving clients time and money.

George is married to his beautiful wife, who works as an insurance agent for one of the largest car insurers in the country. Together they have two fur babies, a Yorkie and a Calico. The couple enjoys time at the beach and trips to Florida.


  • Personal Injury
  • Employment Law
  • Labor Law

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey — 2017
  • United States District Court
    District of New Jersey — 2017
  • New York — 2018


  • Rutgers Law School
    Juris Doctor — 2017
  • University of Delaware
    B.S. Finance — 2014


  • Superior Court of New Jersey, Mercer County—Civil Division—The Honorable R. Brian McLaughlin, J.S.C.



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