Hung (Alex) Q. Nguyen

Hung (Alex) Q. Nguyen

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Norcross, GA

770-GOOD-LAW, Law Office of Hung (Alex) Q. Nguyen & Associates, LLC
 | 5495 Jimmy Carter Blvd, Suite B-17
Norcross, GA 30093
Phone: 770-GOOD-LAW
Fax: 770-409-1526
Selected to Rising Stars: 2017 - 2019
Licensed Since: 2009
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Languages Spoken:
  • English,
  • Vietnamese,
  • Spanish
Attorney Profile

770-GOOD-LAW PURPOSE, CORE VALUES AND MISSION

Below are the Purpose, Core Values and Mission that we hold most important to the success of 770-GOOD-LAW. We, the shareholders and team members, will strive to follow these values and interact with each other and clients in accordance with these values.

Why We Exist: Our Purpose, Values and MissionOur Purpose, Values and Mission are the reasons we exist. Our Purpose, Values and Mission are your guide for your daily behavior, namely, how you should act and what you should do. But our Purpose, Values and Mission are just a bunch of words without your commitment to guide your daily actions by them.When you have a tough decision to make, look to our Purpose, Values and Mission for guidance. Think, Can I apply our Purpose, Values and Mission to this question? If so, you know what to do.

Our Purpose

Our Purpose is the north-star that never changes and is the motivating force behind everything we do. You can always look to our Purpose for guidance when you are struggling with a question and you do not know what to do.

While many things change over time, our Purpose will always be:

“Leveling the playing field between the multi-billion dollars insurance industry and each of our client by providing “WOW” client experience throughout the process”

Why it’s done this way at 770-GOOD-LAW: The reason why we are in business, above anything else, is to level the playing field between the multi-billion dollars insurance industry and each of our clients. We do this by providing “WOW” client experience throughout the process. Providing client experience that makes each of our client say “WOW” is our Purpose at 770-GOOD-LAW.

Our Core Values

Core Value # 1

We limit our practice to injury law for injury victims

Core Value # 2

We treat all clients the same (large case, small case or no case)

Core Value # 3

We always put our clients’ interests first

Core Value # 4

We treat our clients like family

Core Value # 5

We do what we say we will do

Core Value # 6

We practice open, real communication

Core Value # 7

We invest in continuous improvement

Core Value # 8

We are not greedy

Core Value # 9

Above all else, we care and support each other

Our Mission

Our cases are referred to us by (1) lawyers, (2) medical providers and (3) former clients, a/k/a “referral partners”. Additionally, our cases come from our marketing and branding efforts. Without referrals from other lawyers, medical providers and our former clients, we go out of business. There is nothing more important for our law firm than growing and nurturing our relationships with our referral partners.

Our Big, hairy, Audacious Goal is simple:

“To have systems that affords 770-GOOD-LAW to grow daily”

About Hung Nguyen

Admitted: 2009, Georgia

Honors/Awards:

  • Rising Star

    , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2018
  • Rising Star

    , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2017

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2018
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2017
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2016
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2015
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2014
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2013
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2012
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2011
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association

    , 2010

Videos:

  • Appraiser says car insurance underpays diminished value claims

    By: Jim Strickland

    Updated: 
     

    ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Transportation reports more than 1,700 drivers crash in Georgia each day.
              
    A crashed car is worth less in trade and the insurance company is supposed to pay to make up the difference. How much they pay is the $30 million question.
              
    Laura Shaw admits her crash in 2009 was her fault.  State Farm paid to repair more than $5,000 worth of damage, and sent a separate check for what the crash could cost her at resale.  It's called diminished value.
              
    "I said, 'What the heck is diminishing value?' I've never gone through any of this before," she recalled to consumer investigator Jim Strickland. 
              
    After a 1999 Georgia court decision called Mabry vs. State Farm, insurance companies have to pay for your crashed car's lost trade-in value.  

    A new court challenge is brewing trying to prove the insurance companies are shortchanging on the payments.  Shaw plans to be the test case, after State Farm paid her $237.35   
              
    "What am I going to do with a check like this?" she said.  
              
    Independent appraiser Antoine Rached found her loss to be $2,020. Rached's firm, Diminished Value of Georgia, specializes in fighting the insurance companies' valuations.
              
    "Most of the claims I get, people are getting offered $200 to $300 where diminished value should have been $2,000 to $3,000," said Rached.   "So it is tenfold, or they are paying 10 cents on the dollar."
              
    The insurance companies use a formula approved by a judge in Muskogee County in 2000.

    The maximum diminished value payment is 10 percent of a car's blue book value.  A $10,000 car starts at  $1,000 lost value, a figure which shrinks with lighter damage or high mileage.  If your car has more than 100,000 miles you don't get a check at all.  
              
    Vivian Joyce wound up with $1.74 after a rear-end crash in her minivan.
              
    "Who is going to buy a car and say, 'Stop. I'm going to pay you a dollar less because of this wreck!' Nobody does that," Rached said.  He figured her loss at $550.
              
    "Knowing what I'm entitled to, of course I want to get that money back," Joyce said.
              
    Attorney Alex Ngyuen said insurance companies count on most crash victims seeing the payments as free money.
              
    "So for a regular consumer when they get this, 'Wow, this is great! My insurance company is doing the right thing,"" he said. 
              
    Ngyuen plans to file a class action lawsuit in Muscogee to rewrite the insurance industry's diminished value formula.
              
    "It's about $25 million to $35 million for all of the consumers in Georgia who have insurance," he said.
              
    A statement from State Farm, Georgia's highest volume car insurer, refers only to Laura Shaw's case and not the diminished value issue as a whole.  The company won a summary judgment in Gwinnett County, but may have to defend itself again in Muscogee County. 
              
    "In this case, the court found that State Farm’s assessment and payment of the diminished value claim, using the Mabry formula, was reasonable as a matter of law,” said the statement from State Farm spokesman Justin Tomczak.

    , Appraiser says car insurance underpays diminished value claims, Diminished Value Claims, 2013

Educational Background:

  • MIT Sloan & MIT CSAIL Artificial Intelligence

    , 2018
  • Atlanta's John Marshall Law School

    , 2009
  • Georgia State University--Bachelor in Business Administration

    , 1996
  • Georgia State University--Masters in Actuarial Science

    , 2000

Industry Groups

  • Personal Injury
Office Location for Hung (Alex) Q. Nguyen

5495 Jimmy Carter Blvd
Suite B-17
Norcross, GA 30093

Hung (Alex) Q. Nguyen:

Last Updated: 11/16/2018

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