T. Peter Nguyen is a partner with Neret, Finlay & Nguyen, LLP. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of California at Irvine and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1993. Thereafter, he went on to serve the public as a police officer in the City of Orange, California where his fluency in English, Vietnamese and Spanish proved invaluable to the community.
Mr. Nguyen then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor Degree in 1998. Upon graduation, he worked as judicial law clerk for Judge Martin Kahn, Circuit Court Judge for the 11th Judicial Circuit (Special Division) and former Chairman of the Florida Continuing Education Committee. Mr. Nguyen’s responsibilities as a judicial law clerk included performing complex legal research and composing memoranda of law as well as participating in caucuses with other senior judges on diverse issues of law and procedure. Mr. Nguyen has over 15 years of experience of defending Employers, Carriers and Self-Insured in Workers’ Compensation claims. He has developed a particular adeptness in the handling of self-insured and special accounts including representation of high retention clients, self-insured hospitals and municipalities and the defense of wrap-up policy claims. Moreover, Mr. Nguyen authored “Limitations on Workers’ Compensation Immunity” and “Major Contributing Cause: Is It a Substantive Change or a Repackaging of an Old Concept?”, published in The Bulletin (Dade County Bar Association Newspaper) and has taught and continues to provide CEU courses his clients.
- University of California Bachelor of Arts 1993
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law Juris Doctor Degree 1998
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