Scott Monge Adds New Attorney with Dedication to Justice to His Law Firm

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Firm Hires Ivan Au to Handle Social Security Disability Cases

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At Monge & Associates, we’re always on the lookout for great leaders in law like Ivan Au

The Accident & Disability Attorneys of Monge & Associates is happy to announce the addition of Attorney Ivan Au to its legal team. In searching for dedicated lawyers to assign to field cases where people are struggling with disabilities and injuries, Monge & Associates has chosen Au to represent its clients because of his strong educational background, experience handling complex legal issues, and his shared values in wanting to improve lives of those suffering from disabilities.

“At Monge & Associates, we’re always on the lookout for great leaders in law like Ivan Au,” said Scott Monge, firm founder. “He has demonstrated a strong dedication to justice, and he is a great addition to our talented team of attorneys.”

Au earned his JD from Ave Maria School of Law and graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. While in school, Au showed his penchant for leadership by serving on the USC Student Senate Advisory Board.

Before joining the team at Monge & Associates, Au served as a corporate attorney handling negotiations and settlements in insurance claim disputes. He worked diligently to protect and preserve the company’s legal rights. Au started his legal career as an Intern at Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in Detroit, Mich., where he assisted in legal research and analyzed statutes and case law. While there, he honed his skills developing winning case strategies.

“I know Ivan will bring success to Monge & Associates and our clients,” Scott Monge said. “His winning performance will be such an invaluable tool in helping our Social Security disability clients get the representation and care they deserve.”

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Contact:
Accident & Disability Attorneys of Monge & Associates
678-579-0203
BecauseYouWantToWin.com

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