Attorney Robin Flores: His Experience Gives Him The Edge

Monday, October 1, 2007
Attorney Robin Flores
Attorney Robin Flores

Robin Ruben Flores
Attorney-at-Law

"My extensive police experience gives me a great advantage in knowing police tactics and practices, and gives me an edge in the litigation of personal injury cases that arise from traffic accidents."

Graduate of University of Tennessee College of Law

10 year veteran of law enforcement in South Carolina. South Carolina certified breath alcohol device operator, South Carolina certified radar operator, and certified through the Institute of Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida in traffic accident investigation and reconstruction.

27 veteran of U.S. Navy and National Guard, veteran of Lebanon, Grenada, and Iraqi Freedom.

Primary areas of practice include:

Criminal and DUI defense.

"I have extensive experience in the preparation and litigation of all types of criminal cases from first-degree murder to speeding ticket defense."

Family Law, including divorces, adoptions, child support, and modifications of divorce, alimony, and child custody decrees.

Civil Rights litigation, including employment discrimination and actions against government agencies for incidents of police brutality.

All incidents of personal injury cases, including injuries in car wrecks, worker's compensation, and injuries involving defamation and property damages.

Immigration litigation, including deportation defense and change of status actions.

Veteran Affairs litigation, including appeals of veteran disability claims

Robin R. Flores
Attorney-at-Law
4110 - A Brainerd Road
Chattanooga, Tn 37411
(423) 267-1575
robinflores@comcast.net


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