After attending Saint Mary’s Catholic High School in Colorado Springs, Remington went on to obtain his B.A. from the University of Northern Colorado where he walked on to the UNC Football Team through the Grey Shirt Program, was an active member of the Student Representative Council, and had a little fun in the meantime. After graduating from UNC, Remington attended the University of Arkansas School of Law on a scholarship. While at Arkansas, Remington worked for the law firm of Mays, Byrd and Associates in Little Rock, Walmart International in Bentonville, and was research assistant to Professor Timothy Tarvin, whose groundbreaking research into bankruptcy law has helped many disadvantaged people.
After law school, Remington began working as a personal injury attorney for some of the largest law firms in the state, handling thousands of cases from pre-litigation settlement negotiations to jury trials and appeals. Remington has litigated cases in nearly every county on the front range and beyond. To date, Remington has recovered tens of millions of dollars for his clients to pay for their medical expenses, lost wages, and suffering, but he is not done yet. Remington, as a member of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, envisions a world where the law helps the people. That is why Remington is a frequent lecturer and vocal advocate for just laws that protect individuals.
If you have been injured, and need a down-to-earth attorney who understands and fights for your rights, call The Fang Law Firm today. We do not judge, we only help.