Jason Flores is the founder of Jason Flores Law, P.C. and an attorney living in the Orange County area, focusing on personal injury law. Originally from the East Coast, his love for the law brought him to Trinity Law School in California. Mr. Flores successfully earned his Juris Doctorate from Trinity Law School, where he graduated in the top 10% of his class, earned the highest-grade honors in three classes and was selected for and served as an editor of the Trinity Law Review.
Prior to attending law school, Jason Flores began his career working at some of the biggest auto insurance companies in California handling auto claims and focusing on defending the interest of these insurance companies. It was there that Mr. Flores learned a thorough understanding of the insurance process, which he now utilizes to benefit his personal injury clients. Prior to opening his own law practice, Jason Flores spent the last several years earning his legal experience at some of the best plaintiff firms in California. During this time, he worked on the preparation, settlement, and litigation of hundreds of personal injury cases. Some of these cases include auto accidents, product defects, traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, slip and fall accidents, workplace assaults and various other matters. His dedication ensures that his clients are well informed, and their interests are protected.
Mr. Flores is a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California‚ Consumer Attorneys of San Diego‚ Orange County Bar Association‚ American Association for Justice, California Young Lawyers Association and Los Angeles County Bar Association. Mr. Flores was recently selected as one of Southern California's "Rising Stars" for 2020 by Super Lawyers, which is an award only granted to 2.5% of the attorneys in Southern California. Additionally, in 2020, Mr. Flores was selected by "Best Lawyers" as one of the top attorneys in Southern California in Personal Injury Litigation.
During his down time, Mr. Flores likes to spend time being outdoors, hiking, camping, participating in martial arts and working with various charities including the Thomas House Family Shelter where he works with the Thomas House Children’s program.