Mike Murburg has been a Dedicated Florida Disability Attorney since 1986. He is a member of the Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco County Bar Associations and is a member in good standing with the National Organization for Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.
N. Michael Murburg, Jr., “Mike” was an academic scholarship recipient and graduated from Princeton University in 1977. While there, Mike majored in history and lettered in both football & wrestling. Mike led his wrestling team to two consecutive Ivy League Championships and went to the NCAA Wrestling Championships in 1975. In 1977, after a brief stint on Wall Street, Mike found the ethics of Wall Street abysmal and left to teach. In 1979, Mike moved to the Tampa Bay area where he taught and coached football teams at Clearwater and Tarpon Springs High Schools, winning two county championships before entering law school in 1983. In 1986, Mike graduated from Florida State University, College of Law Cum Laude (with honors) and helped found the law school’s highly successful mock trial team. During that time Mike also worked full time to support his new family as a law clerk to the Florida Bar in their ethics division and also worked as an adjunct volunteer to North Florida Legal Services where he first became experienced in the needs of representing and counseling the disabled and their families
Beth A. Snyder, CCHt is a certified Clinical, Transpersonal & Interpersonal Hypnotherapist. Beth studied at The Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy and has over 550 hours of comprehensive State-Licensed hypnotherapy education. She also holds certifications from The American Council of Hypnotist Examiners and is a Master NLP Practitioner.
A lifetime learner Beth continues to study the bodymind connection and participates in continuing education yearly. Beth’s undergrad studies in Communications from Ashford University, coupled with life experiences working for corporate giants as an executive, and career experience in public speaking have afforded her a unique and compassionate approach.
Chris Gorges is originally from Boston, now lives in Florida and has been a staple on the comedy scene for over 25 years. His credits include directing the 2000 "Best of the Bay" Improv troupe "The Charming Hooligans" as well as an award winning Public Access show called "Mongo Like Candy". Chris owns and operates Double Special Studios in Clearwater , Florida, producing podcasts as well as The B-Side Radio Show which is heard on WZIG 104.1 FM He is the host of the "The Double Special Show", Winner of the "2014 Best Comedy Podcast" Talkie Award and has opened for the likes of Dave Chapelle, Pauly Shore and Bill Bellamy.
Chris studied improvisation under Richard Schaal, Co-Founder of the legendary Compass Theater Group and The Second City in Chicago. High energy, honest and edgy subject matter set the tone for a great comedy experience.