Cynthia Hermann began working in the field of workers’ compensation in 1990 as a claims assistant. She then moved to Chico, CA in 1991 where she worked as a claims examiner while attending law school. After passing the Bar exam in 1995, Cynthia began working for the firm’s Redding office. From 2003-2006 she worked for an applicant attorney before returning to Mullen & Filippi in 2006. In 2018, Cynthia became the Managing Attorney of the Firm’s Redding office.
Cynthia attended Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, NE, majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in psychology and a minor in Spanish. After graduating in 1990, she moved to California and worked as a claims assistant before starting law school in 1991 at Cal Northern School of Law in Chico, CA. Cynthia worked full time as a claim adjuster while attending law school at night, graduating in 1995.
When I was trying to decide upon a career while in college, I initially leaned toward the medical field. However, I also enjoyed debating issues and the mental gymnastics the law requires. I decided upon a career in law and I was drawn to workers’ compensation because every case necessarily includes medical issues. In workers’ compensation, I get to experience both of my interests.
One of my greatest accomplishments is being a mom to my two daughters and son. It has truly been a blessing to raise such amazing kids. My husband teaches high school English and coaches football, basketball and track. Between the four of them, we are always in the middle of at least two to three sports seasons through out the year, at the same time. We also enjoy exploring the exquisite nature around the North Valley area.