Sarah Fleming

Sarah E. Fleming

Attorney at Law

Sarah Fleming works out of our Burlington office.

Sarah Fleming is an Associate Attorney in the Burlington office of GLP Attorneys. Sarah received her Juris Doctorate from Indiana University School of Law in 2010. In 2006, she completed her Bachelor of Arts at Purdue University.

Sarah joins GLP Attorneys after running her own practice in Mount Vernon.  After completing law school, Sarah moved to Skagit County.  She is the Events Chair for the Skagit County Bar Association and is also co-chair of the local Young Lawyer’s Group.  In addition, she was the 2016 Volunteer of the Year with the Skagit County Volunteer Lawyer Program.  

In her free time, Sarah enjoys traveling, hiking, running, and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest. 

Successful Cases:

$618,000.00 for an individual who suffered a spinal cord injury in a rear end collision. 

$420,000.00 for an individual who suffered a knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery in a bicycle versus motor vehicle collision.

$365,000 for an individual who suffered a cervical disc injury after being involved in a rear end collision. 

$210,000.00 for an individual who suffered a lumbar disc injury after being involved in a rear end collision. 

$190,000.00 for an individual who sustained musculoskeletal injuries in a pedestrian versus motor vehicle collision. 

$160,000.00 for an individual who suffered a torn rotator cuff along with other musculoskeletal injuries after being involved in a rear end collision.   

$150,000.00 for an individual who suffered a cervical disc injury after being involved in a rear end collision. 

Policy limit settlement for an individual who suffered blunt force trauma to her abdomen resulting in complications to a pre-collision surgical procedure.

Policy limit settlement for a pedestrian who was hit in a crosswalk by a motor vehicle.

Policy limit settlement for an individual who suffered blunt force trauma to her abdomen resulting in complications to a pre-collision surgical procedure. Policy limit settlement for a pedestrian who was hit in a crosswalk by a motor vehicle Policy limit settlement for an individual who suffered a spinal cord injury in a rear end collision

Honors:

2016 Skagit County Volunteer of the Year