Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) July 7, 2009
Dan Cytryn, of Cytryn & Velazquez, PA, a Coral Springs personal injury firm, has been re-appointed to serve on the Civil Procedures Rules Committee of the Florida Bar Association until June 30, 2012. This Committee serves under the Florida Supreme Court and helps create the rules which Florida Civil Trial Court Judges are required to follow in order to ensure fair and expeditious outcomes of actions brought before them. The upcoming year will mark the 10th year Cytryn has served on this prestigious committee.
Cytryn is a Board Certified Trial Lawyer, a credential achieved by only 3% of Florida attorneys, and has received an Avvo rating of 10 which is considered "superb." Past President of the Broward County Trial Lawyer's Association, he has participated as lead counsel in over 80 jury trials and has handled over 20 appeals, including the landmark case of TGI Friday's v Dvorak decided by the Florida Supreme Court. He is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell, a rating which indicates the highest legal ability and ethical standards.
In a letter to Cytryn, Jesse H. Diner, President-Elect of the Florida Bar Association writes, "The work of the Florida Bar's standing committees is critical to the administration of justice. Our bar would not be as effective without your help, and the help of your fellow committee members…On behalf of the lawyers of Florida, I want to thank you for your dedication to the law and your willingness to serve the Bar and improve the profession."
"I have always been concerned with seeing that everyone receives fair and equitable treatment in the court system," states Cytryn. "And continuing to serve on this committee allows me to positively influence the ways it affects the lives of the parties involved."
Cytryn & Velazquez, PA, is a personal injury firm dedicated to upholding the rights of victims of automobile, motorcycle, bus, bicycle, train, airplane, and cruise ship accidents; nursing home abuse; medical malpractice; slip and fall accidents; product liability including hazardous drugs; and dog bites. The firm has litigated cases in the Florida Civil, Appellate, and Supreme Court systems, several of which resulted in multimillion dollar jury verdicts for its clients. Cytryn & Velazquez offers free consultations, and its multilingual staff can assist clients in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Hebrew.
For further information, contact Norma Wolpin at Cytryn & Velazquez, PA, 1401 N University Drive, Suite 401, Coral Springs, FL 33071, 954-255-7000.