Since 2001, Attorney Elizabeth A. Citrin has been protecting the rights and best interests of the sick, injured, and misplaced in Daphne, Alabama.
Using a no-nonsense, compassionate approach, her mission is to ensure that her clients obtain the most favorable compensation in order to help them make the best recovery possible from injury.
Graduating from Vanderbilt University, Ms. Citrin started her career as a television producer and writer. She worked for CBS News, Channel 9, Lifetime, WWOR TV, and others before going on to attend law school at Pace University School of Law.
Attorney Citrin completed a clerkship for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit as a Motions Law Clerk. She then worked as Assistant Corporation Counsel for the NYC Law Department. During that time, she handled a number of high liability cases within the Special Litigation Unit.
Afterward, Ms. Citrin briefly returned to television to work on a court show for CBS Inc./King World before she started practicing complex litigation defense work in South Alabama