George H. Flammer, Jr., Esquire, is an Attorney-At-Law of Farrell & Thurman, P.C. He brings to the firm a dynamic presence and extensive experience litigating personal injury, employment, and labor matters. Mr. Flammer became an attorney because he likes taking care of people so they can relax and focus on living their lives during some of the most difficult of times. You are never just another case file to him.
He combines pragmatism, charisma, and dedication to deliver strategic, swift, and sizeable settlements, obviating the need in most cases of the time and expense often associated with litigation. Nevertheless, where litigation is necessary, Mr. Flammer aggressively fights for his client’s rights, ensuring they receive just compensation for their damages, whether at trial or the appellate level.
Presently, Mr. Flammer has a broad range of personal injury matters before state and federal courts, including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and wrongful death matters.
He additionally represents employees in state and federal employment matters concerning discrimination, sexual harassment, harassment, overtime violations, wrongful death, wage and hour violations, and all other employment law claims. Further, Mr. Flammer provides a broad range of employers with advice and counsel concerning employee discipline and termination, reasonable accommodations, leave entitlements, wage and hour issues, and human resource policies and handbooks.
He also conducts anti-harassment, discrimination, and retaliation training for employees at all levels and trains managers, human resource professionals, and compliance officers on conducting lawful and effective workplace investigations.
Prior to joining Farrell & Thurman, P.C., Mr. Flammer was an associate attorney at a prominent Mercer County based personal injury law firm. Mr. Flammer received his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School, where 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.