San Francisco Bay Area Injury Attorney
Matthew S. Fleming focuses his practice on workers’ compensation and personal injury law. The areas of practice include all injuries sustained at work, wrongful death, catastrophic and severe injury, product liability, slip and fall, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, bicycle accidents, construction accidents, Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability.
Mr. Fleming received his B.A. in economics with a minor in Communications. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, and was admitted to the California Bar. At U.C. Hastings Mr. Fleming served as senior article editor for Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal, the nation’s preeminent law journal covering communications, entertainment, and intellectual property law.
While attending law school, Mr. Fleming spent his summers working as a law clerk, first for Zuffa, LLC’s Ultimate Fighting Championship, and then for the Los Angeles office of a national full-service law firm. Mr. Fleming began his career as a workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney in San Francisco assisting with various types of personal injury cases including negligence, product liability, and premises liability.
Mr. Fleming has operated his own law firm since 2013 with a focus on workers’ compensation, and fighting for the rights of injured workers.
If you or a loved one has been injured at work, injured or killed due to someone else’s negligence, in the San Francisco Bay Area or Northern California, please call Fleming Law at 1-800-930-3039 or contact us online. The initial consultation with a Matt Fleming, a Bay Area attorney, is free of charge, and if we agree to handle your case, in most cases we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary recovery of funds. In many cases, a personal injury lawsuit must be filed before an applicable expiration date, known as a statute of limitations. Please call right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.