Leo M. Flynn
Mr. Flynn was born and raised in Philadelphia. After graduating Northeast High School, he served in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged after four years of service. He then attended Temple University where he graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Business. He began a career as an insurance adjuster with State Farm Insurance, ultimately working in their Special Investigations Unit. He then pursued his Masters Degree from Temple University in Marketing, obtaining it in 1995. He left State Farm and became a field injury adjuster for Nationwide Insurance in the inner city of Philadelphia, meeting with injured persons and attorneys to settle claims. He began law school at night at Temple University while working full time during the day, and moved to AIG Insurance to handle litigated claims in Philadelphia. Upon passing both the PA and NJ bars, he joined the firm of Kats, Jamison, van der Veen and Associates handling personal injury matters for people in the greater Delaware Valley area. Eventually, Mr. Flynn returned to the insurance claims arena as home office consultant for Harleysville Insurance Company, overseeing large loss litigation for general liability and commercial auto cases, as well as bad faith claims, legal malpractice claims, and first party matters. Ultimately, he believed his calling was helping people, not insurance companies, and that by starting his own practice, he could be more effective in helping people deal with a variety of legal issues. In 2007, Mr. Flynn founded Martins Mill Legal Center, LLC., in the old neighborhood he grew up in. Since then, he has represented numerous clients in municipal, state, and federal court, both in PA and NJ. Martins Mill Legal Center, LLC., has allowed him to fully realize his passion for helping people at all levels of litigation and protection.
Mr. Flynn is admitted to practice in PA and NJ, is a member of the PA Bar Association and the PA Association for Justice, sits as an aribitrator in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, sits as an arbitrator for uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, and is a qualified and sits as a judge pro tem in Philadelphia. He has been married to Stacey, a pharmacist, for 26 years, and has two children, Sara and Torin. He also volunteers with his daughter’s local softball team.