Jeremy Flaming

I have advocated for injured workers my entire career.  I joined the Hoefer Law Firm to help working people and people with disabilities get a fair chance, and I’m proud to fight for them.  As a beneficiary myself, I understand the importance of Social Security.  My dad died when I was in high school, and the program was there for my family when we needed it most.  Those benefits helped me become the first member of my family to graduate from college and inspired my career.  I am honored to devote my life’s work to serving people the system might have otherwise overlooked.  


  • 2011-present
  • Attorney, Hoefer Flaming, Iowa City, IA             
  • 2010-2011
  • Attorney, Mears Law Office, Iowa City, IA
  • 2007-2010
  • Attorney, Rush & Nicholson, Cedar Rapids, IA

Bar Admissions and Certifications

  • 2006
  • State of Oklahoma
  • 2007
  • State of Iowa    
  • 2014
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Iowa
  • 2014
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Iowa


  • Iowa Association for Justice/Workers’ Compensation Division
  • National Organization for Social Security Claimants' Representatives (NOSSCR)
  • Iowa Legal Aid Volunteer Lawyer


  • 2015
  • NOSSCR National Social Security Disability Law Conference: Incorporating Homeless Outreach into Your Practice
  • 2015
  • National Business Institute: Affordable Care Act & Workers’ Compensation Settlements              
  • 2014
  • National Business Institute:  Succeeding at the Social Security Hearing
  • 2014
  • National Business Institute:  Special Issues in Social Security Disability Cases
  • 2012
  • National Business Institute:  Handling Changes in Social Security Benefits
  • 2012
  • National Business Institute: Overview of Social Security law


  • 2006
  • JD, University of Oklahoma College Law
  • 2003
  • BA, University of Oklahoma

Kimbra says:

“Everyone in the office was pleasant. The determination came in my favor, so I would say you did a good job. Mr. Flaming is pleasant, easy to speak to & work with.”