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Geraldine Flynn, Esq.

Geraldine Flynn, Esq.
Personal Injury Lawyer
Licensed in Colorado

Admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2000, litigation attorney Geraldine E. Flynn is licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court of the District of Colorado and in the 10th Judicial Circuit for the U.S. Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Colorado Bar Association, Boulder County Bar Association, Denver Bar Association and American Bar Association.

Education:

Juris Doctorate, University of Denver, 2000
Scholastic distinctions: Staff at Preventative Law Reporter; Student Attorney at the Student Law Office; Grant Recipient and Tutor for the Academic Achievement Program; Pupil at Judge William E. Doyle Inn of Court.
Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, 1993

Work History:

Geri served as a senior associate attorney at Senter, Goldfarb & Rice, LLC from 2000 through 2015, practicing insurance defense in variety of suits including construction defect, motor vehicle, wrongful death, products liability and premises liability. She switched gears in September 2015 and became a litigation associate at The Law Offices of Peter Anderson, representing claimants and plaintiffs in personal injury matters. She also represented policyholders in first-party bad faith suits against a variety of insurance carriers including AIG, Allstate, American Family, GEICO and State Farm. Having a working knowledge of not only insurance claims adjusting processes, but also of specific Denver-based insurance defense firms and attorneys, proved tremendously valuable. In September 2015, she joined forces with Chris Parks, a veteran of thirty years of litigation experience in a variety of cases including car accidents, trucking cases, catastrophic injuries and fire/explosions.

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