Alexander H. Mun
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Since joining Russell Friedman & Associates in 2012, Attorney Alexander
H. Mun has provided invaluable services to our clients dealing with no-fault
issues. A skilled and proven litigator, he has tried more than 75 no-fault
cases. His attention to detail and diligence has led to numerous successful
results. From inception to appeal, he possesses the skills required to
handle all areas of complex litigation. The ultimate success of our clients,
which includes healthcare providers and hospitals, is what drives him.
In 2010, Attorney Alexander Mun completed his legal studies at Thomas Jefferson
School of Law, and independent law school in San Diego, and completed
his undergraduate studies at New York University in 2003. A Korean speaker,
he is a proud member of the Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater
New York. Our legal team is glad to work alongside such as a passionate
and zealous advocate. He treats each case in his care as a top priority.
His extensive knowledge regarding the state of New York’s no-fault
laws could make all the difference to the resolution of your case.
Attorney Alexander Mun is licensed to practice in New York, California,
the U.S District Court, Southern District of New York, and the U.S District
Court, Eastern District of New York. As soon as you enlist his top-notch
legal services as a New York healthcare consulting attorney, he will begin
working on a results-driven strategy specifically for your case. Become
informed of your rights and options during an initial consultation, at
no additional cost to you.
Share the details of your no-fault case with Attorney Alexander Mun by calling us today.
- Thomas Jefferson School of Law, J.D. - 2010
- New York University, B.S. - 2003
- New York
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
- Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York
Nassau County Bar Association
- Hospital and Health Law Committee
- District Court Committee