Adam D. Flager, Esq.
Adam D. Flager is an associate in the firm, with his practice focused on litigation. Adam represents clients primarily in personal injury cases, including motor vehicle, slip & fall, defective products, and construction/worksite accidents. He also assists with the firm’s municipal clients. Adam is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State of New Jersey, Eastern and Western Districts of Pennsylvania, District of New Jersey, and the United States Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit.
Prior to joining Flager & Associates, Adam was a plaintiff’s personal injury litigator at a Center City Philadelphia law firm. There, Adam handled numerous matters involving motor vehicle, premises, and product liability cases in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey State and Federal Courts. Adam also has experience in landlord-tenant litigation, collection cases, and commercial litigation.
Adam graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2006 and received his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 2009 where he graduated with Pro Bono Distinction. While in law school, Adam organized and participated in the J.D. Alternative Break in Israel where he studied the legal issues facing Darfurian refugees and worked side by side with those refugees in rehabilitating a school for them. During his last year in law school, Adam worked as a Student Attorney in the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic, where he represented individuals and non-profit organizations with respect to issues involving clean air, clean water and land use matters.
Following his graduation from law school, Adam was a volunteer attorney for South Jersey Legal Services where he assisted clients with entitlement benefits and landlord-tenant matters. He then served a two-year clerkship in the Civil Motions Program in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas under the Hons. Idee C. Fox, Paul P. Panepinto, and Leon W. Tucker before going into private practice.
Adam is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the Brandeis Law Society, Philadelphia Bar Association, and Bucks County Bar Association. Adam is the President of the Board of Directors of Libertae, Inc., in Bensalem, PA. Libertae is one of a very small number of treatment programs in Pennsylvania dedicated to treating and supporting women with substance use disorders. With an emphasis on gender-informed treatment, Libertae strives to create an environment that reflects an understanding of women’s lives and that responds to their challenges. Libertae’s mission is to empower women and their families to maintain recovery through comprehensive treatment programs that support healthy communities.
Adam lives in Lower Bucks County with his wife, son, daughter, and dog, Bodhi. Adam enjoys cooking, music, gardening, and traveling.