Attorney George Fleming
Successfully Handling Aviation Accident Cases Since 1971
Attorney George Fleming started his career with aviation cases. In 1971, he was a trial lawyer in the Aviation Torts section of the Department of Justice. He spent 5 years representing the United States—specifically the FAA or the Department of Defense—in a variety of major aviation disasters, including the Alaska Airlines disaster of 1971 that claimed 111 lives.
During his time in the Department of Justice, he attended National Transportation Safety Board investigative hearings, tried cases in federal courts around the nation, and spent months preparing cases for trial. When George began his own firm, he eventually became involved in aviation cases again as an advocate for the victims and their families.
An Advocate Born & Raised in Texas
As a native Texan, George Fleming has spent most of his life in the Lone Star State. He earned both his Bachelor’s in Business and his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He has also served as the President of the Aviation section of the State Bar of Texas and the American Association of Justice.
George Fleming has tried cases all over the United States. He is admitted to practice law before:
- The U.S. Supreme Court
- The U.S. Court of Appeals
- The Third, Fifth, Seventh, Eleventh, and District of Columbia Circuit Courts
- U.S. District Courts
- Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
- District of Columbia
- The Texas Supreme Court