Sung R. Kim, Attorney at Law
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Meet Sung R Kim

Sung R. Kim, Attorney at Law, formed his solo practice in 2016, shortly after being admitted to the bar in Texas. He is a 2014 graduate of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University.

Mr. Kim, a native of Korea, has lived in Texas for most of his life and his family has lived the American dream, with both parents involved in entrepreneurial ventures. He has structured our law firm to serve clients like you effectively, finding innovative ways to get you the results you need in your case. Since opening his practice, Mr. Kim has focused on representing defendants in criminal defense matters and plaintiffs in personal injury lawsuits.

To learn more about Mr. Kim's professional qualifications, click on the profile link below.

Our Firm's Approach To Practicing Law

Our firm believes in providing accessible, easy to understand legal counsel to people who find themselves in some of the most challenging circumstances of their lives — whether that is because they need a criminal defense lawyer to fight a serious charge, or because they are pursuing a personal injury lawsuit to recover the compensation they need to rebuild their lives after an injury accident.

We believe in developing win-win solutions for our clients, and we will always seek the best outcome for your case. Our attorney is skilled in negotiation as well as litigation, so he can seek a fair and equitable outcome for you if a plea deal or a settlement is an option for resolving your case.

Learn More About How We Can Represent You

Our firm, based in Longview but serving clients throughout Gregg and Harrison counties, offers a free introductory appointment so you can learn more about how Mr. Kim can assist you with your case. We also accept payment via credit card. To get started, call us at 903-471-0765 or use our convenient online intake form.

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