Michelle Mumpower is a highly competitive personal injury lawyer who has devoted herself to winning cases since 2016. She originally pursued a career in law because she wanted to empower individuals and give them a voice when they needed it most. Michelle’s favorite part about her job is being able to connect with her clients and fighting for their valuable legal rights.
Michelle attended North Carolina State University, where she graduated with a degree in Biochemistry, and a Minor in Law & Justice. Following her matriculation, she earned her Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law, where she served as a certified legal intern for family and criminal law. After graduating, Michelle chose to pursue personal injury law because it allowed her to apply her background and knowledge in biochemistry and genetics to the legal field.
Michelle is known for her high level of professionalism and communication skills when guiding clients through the legal process. She carries herself with compassion, always treating her clients as if they were her own family. Her personal motto is to “Treat others as you would want to be treated.”
Michelle’s love of working with children and giving back to the community led her to begin volunteering with Junior League of Atlanta and the Atlanta Children’s Shelter. Michelle is also a longtime volunteer for the American Cancer Society, specifically Relay for Life. She has held the organization very close to her heart after seeing people she loved battle cancer.
When not working or helping out in the community, Michelle loves spending time with her family and playing outdoors with her rescue dog, Riley.
Accidents & Personal Injury Law
Barry University School of Law, J.D.
North Carolina State University, B.S.
Professional Affiliations & Awards
Congressional Award Gold Medal Recipient
American Cancer Society, Relay for Life
Junior League of Atlanta
Atlanta Children’s Shelter