Attorney Michele Cybulski earns place in prestigious Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forums

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Michele Cybulski, an attorney with the Deuterman Law Group in Greensboro, has been certified as a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, two prestigious associations of trial lawyers.

Deuterman Law Group Attorney Michele Cybulski

Membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum is limited to attorneys who have obtained million dollar verdicts, awards or settlements for their clients. Fewer than 1 percent of attorneys in the United States are members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

To qualify for the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an attorney must have secured a verdict, award or settlement worth $2 million or more on behalf of a client.

“Michele’s achievement and admission into the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forums is a testament to her hard work on behalf of clients,” said firm President Dan Deuterman. “She makes it her goal on every case to make sure her clients receive maximum compensation for their injuries and other losses. She and her team are wonderful advocates for their clients, and it’s no surprise that they would be recognized by our profession.”

At the Deuterman Law Group, Cybulski focuses her practice on injury cases, particularly those involving automobile, truck and motorcycle wrecks.

Cybulski graduated from the Elon University School of Law in 2009, and she joined the Deuterman Law Group the same year.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Cybulski spent 10 years with the world-renowned Center for Creative Leadership, a leader in executive education, leadership development and research. She worked with corporate executives across a wide spectrum of industries including global biotechnology, medical devices, software, and publishing, Her passion was helping companies learn how to develop core leadership competencies from within and produce more effective leaders.

She is a member of North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ), the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA), and the Greensboro Bar Association (GBA).

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