Duncan Cox graduated from the University of La Verne in 2008 with a degree in Sociology. At La Verne, he played three NCAA sports: water polo, swimming, and tennis. In 2012, Duncan earned his Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School. During law school, he interned with a personal injury firm and a sports representation firm.
Shortly after graduating from law school, Duncan joined a boutique Workers’ Compensation defense firm in North Orange County. At that firm, he represented self-insured, national employers in Workers’ Compensation claims throughout California, making appearances at every board in the state. Duncan is well versed in all aspects of Workers’ Compensation defense and has extensive experience taking depositions, cross-examining physicians, taking claims to trial, and negotiating settlements.
Duncan joined Nakamoto | Chou because he shares the firm’s commitment to providing high quality representation in a timely and cost-effective manner. As the son of a businessman, he has seen first-hand how Workers’ Compensation fraud impacts the bottom line. With his clients’ interests always at the top of his mind, Duncan prioritizes handling cases aggressively and efficiently. He has gained a reputation for quickly evaluating a client’s exposure and rapidly resolving cases to save his clients the time and expense of litigation. Duncan has also successfully taken cases to trial when doing so was the most cost-effective option.
Duncan was born and raised in Orange County, CA. He enjoys spending his free time outdoors, participating in crossfit, playing golf, and surfing.