Kim Nguyen joined the firm in 2001 and has been in charge of all Workers’ Compensation and personal injury lawyercases within the firm since 2004.
Attorney Kim Nguyen has recovered over $50 million dollars in compensation for her clients. Due to her dedication and perseverance, Kim has earned a reputation for being a tough adversary among her peers and she is committed to protecting and defending the rights of injured workers in Oklahoma.
Kim, a personal injury lawyer, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics from Oklahoma State University. She also studied abroad for a year in Japan where she earned a minor in Japanese and International Relations. Prior to receiving her Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1999, she interned as a legislative assistant for Senator David Boren in Washington D.C. She also volunteered in President Clinton’s National Civilian Community Corps, a domestic Peace Corp program where she devoted a year to serving our country by working on grass roots projects focused on education, the environment, public safety, and unmet human needs. Kim tries to give of her time and talent to causes that positively impact our community. She has served on the board of Youth Services for Oklahoma County, Leadership Oklahoma City, and as a co-chair for Youth Council-Youth Leadership Exchange of Oklahoma City.
As of 2018, Attorney Kim Nguyen has recovered over $20 million in permanent disability benefits, approximately $30 million in medical treatment and lost wages, for a combined total of over $50 million dollars recovered for her clients.Kim has a 95% recovery rate and she wins the majority of cases that are appealed.
"The idea of helping the underdog makes what I do meaningful and rewarding. Every day, I help my clients navigate through what is often a traumatic life changing event. I go to battle against the employers and their big insurance companies to fight for the maximum benefits allowed under the law so that my clients can better adjust to their limitations and plan for their future."