Old Man Injured In A Slip and Fall

I Slipped, I Fell… Now What?

We have all walked into a store, restaurant or bathroom and found the floor to be slippery. Was their wet floor sign present? Do you know what was used to clean the floor and when those floors were last mopped?  Maybe you were coming down the stairs at your apartment building and nearly fell. Looking…

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The Basics of Traumatic Brain Injury

“He just doesn’t seem the same.  It looks like my husband, even sounds like him, but he’s just different.  I can’t really explain it, he just feels different to me.” When we hear these words, as personal injury attorneys experienced in handling traumatic brain injury claims, our hearts drop.  We know that in our office…

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Insurance Reform on The Way?

Without fail, not a week goes by where we are forced to tell a new client, injured in a car crash, that there is nothing we could to help because the person who hit them had no insurance. These people leave our office in pain, angry and saddened by the state we live in. It…

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Keeping Your Child Safe On The Road

This week is National Child Passenger Safety Week, which culminates on Saturday, September 21, with National Seat Check Day. At the personal injury law firm of Cutler Rader, we recognize the importance of child safety in automobiles. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13. The sad reality is,…

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Is The Risk Worth The Reward In An Emergency?

In our combined decades-worth of experience litigating personal injury claims, each of the Cutler Rader attorneys has witnessed the following exchange in a deposition, where the defense attorney feels like he has scored points, by “proving” that the injured client did not seek immediate medical attention at the scene of the crash and is therefore…

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New Law For Firefighters Burns Cancer

Firefighters are among the bravest that our society has to offer. This was perhaps no better explained by anyone other than comedian and activist Jon Stewart, who testified before Congress on June 11, 2019, in an effort to secure additional federal funding for the September 11th Victims Compensation Fund. The fund provides money to aid…

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