For over twenty years, Kevin Flesch has provided industry-leading personal injury and criminal defense services to clients throughout Colorado. At his private practice, FleschLaw, Mr. Flesch is known for his aggressive and comprehensive representation of each client who walks through his door, as well as his dedication to customer service. With offices in Englewood, Denver, and Westminster, Colorado, Mr. Flesch has become a true pillar of his community, available to help clients statewide during challenging moments of their lives.
When a family member ended up in legal trouble, Mr. Flesch was afforded a valuable opportunity to see the inner workings of the law. As he tells it, the experience stuck with him:
I had a family member who got into some criminal defense trouble. She had some mental health issues, and unfortunately was charged with a crime. Watching her go through that process gave me a lot of insight into how the system works, and was really the genesis of how I got involved in the law.
With a personal motivation for becoming a lawyer, Mr. Flesch received an undergraduate degree in finance, risk, and insurance from the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, a choice he values to this day. “I’m good with numbers,” he noted, “and most lawyers don’t have that benefit.” Mr. Flesch went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1996 and went into private practice immediately.
Today, the law is still personal for Mr. Flesch. By connecting with the stories of each client who walks through his door, Mr. Flesch is able to craft individualized legal strategies and find creative solutions. The five-attorney team at FleschLaw prides itself on its kind and competent client service, combining unmatched legal expertise with a genuine investment in the successful resolution of each of its cases.
After more than two decades of experience, Mr. Flesch has achieved a unique position of prominence in his field. He is a member of both the Colorado and Arapahoe County Bars and is an active member of the Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association. From this perspective, Mr. Flesch can pay close attention to trends and changes in his areas of practice. He notes:
There is significant change coming regarding how the municipal courts handle their criminal defense clientele. Over the next six months or so, it will be very important to make sure people are properly advised when they’re in custody.
When he isn’t working, Mr. Flesch maintains his trademark community involvement. He has been the President of the Board for the Central Visitation Program, a board member for Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp, and the President of the Congregation for Augustana Lutheran Church.
Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association