Attorney Dan Cytryn is a licensed Florida attorney who has been practicing law for 33 years in South Florida. He is a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, a title that currently a little over 1% of lawyers practicing in the State of Florida have.
Mr. Cytryn was president of the Broward County Trial Lawyers Association in 1995 and was an officer in the organization for many years before that. Previously, he served as the Head of Case Evaluation for attorneys for the organization from 1990 to 1991. He is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and has a rating of 10 on Avvo.com, the highest rating a lawyer can attain.
Recognized as a Super Lawyer for 2010 and 2011 by the Super Lawyers Magazine, Dan Cytryn is in the top 5% of lawyers for the State of Florida. To be selected to the Super Lawyers list, a lawyer must attain a high degree of peer recognition, ethical standards, and achievements in their field. The magazine tries to select the best 5% of lawyers in the state of Florida, and those named by Super Lawyers Magazine are considered by them to be in the top 5%.
In addition, Mr.Cytryn was named in Florida Trend Magazine's Florida Legal Elite for 2011, and in Florida Super Lawyer magazine from 2010-2012.
Dan Cytryn has tried nearly 100 jury trials, including automobile accident cases, nursing home negligence, fall accident cases, and medical malpractice. He has handled more than twenty appeals, including having successfully argued the landmark case of TGI Friday's vs. Dvorak in the Florida Supreme Court.
Mr. Cytryn is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a nationwide organization with 6,000 trial attorneys. In order to become a member of ABOTA, a trial attorney must be invited to join, meet strict admission requirements, and have been deemed by the organization to have a high level of integrity and personal character.
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