Cutler Rader prides itself on its strong working relationships with other law firms. Whether a personal injury case is outside of your area of practice, the case is too complex, or you simply do not have the manpower to try the case, you may look to refer it out to another law firm. If you Learn More “The Referral Process With Cutler Rader”
Though many think that sexual assault must include a physical act, recent stories like those of Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein have helped us to understand that this serious crime comes in many different forms. This April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is focused on building safe online spaces, where many sexual predators lurk unchecked. Sexual Learn More “Sexual Assault Awareness Month”
While we hope you never need it, below is a checklist that outlines what you need to do to get proper medical attention, preserve potential evidence, and protect your rights after a vehicle accident. Be Safe. Move to a safe location and stay calm. Call 911. If anyone is hurt, call 9-1-1 and request medical Learn More “Checklist: Top 9 Things You Need to Do Right After A Car Accident”
Spending spring break in Florida means sunshine, beaches, and waves. But before you head out on your spring break getaway or your Florida staycation with family or friends, keep safety in mind as you plan your vacation. Below are a few easy ways to keep your vacation happy, healthy, and injury-free. Drink Responsibly – Dodge Learn More “Avoiding Injuries: Staying Safe during Spring Break”
What is a Police or Accident Report? If you have been in an automobile accident before, you may be familiar with a police report. A police or accident report is an account of the accident conducted by the officer who arrives on the scene. The report contains vital information including details about the accident, potential Learn More “What If the Police/Accident Report Contains Wrong Information? Does It Hurt My Case?”
According to American nonprofit RAINN, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, someone in our country is sexually assaulted every 73 seconds. Moreover, the majority of sexual assault and rape victims are under the age of 18, and 34% of victims are under 12. In Our Community Sexual assault and abuse occur throughout our country, Learn More “Personal Injury Due to Sexual Assault, Do I Have A Case?”
As Floridians close another busy hurricane season and dry out following Tropical Storm Eta, many are facing new questions and concerns as they deal with roof leaks, flooding and a host of other damages following this storm. Even what some may view as a “minor” storm may cause significant damages. We at Cutler Rader attempt Learn More “Was Your Home or Car Damaged in Tropical Storm Eta? Now What?”
The desire to get outside while still social distancing has, over the last few months, created huge interest in the sale and rental of motor homes, travel trailers and recreational vehicles (RVs) of all types. People who want to travel but are concerned about staying in hotels or eating in restaurants, have turned to RV’s Learn More “Recreational Vehicles (RVs) – Is This The New Safest Way To Travel?”
We have written before on the various types of auto insurance available to Florida drivers. Now, stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, it is as good a time as any to review your policies to be sure that you and your loved ones are properly insured. It is also a great time to shop Learn More “Reviewing Your Insurance Policies”
In Jacob’s Shoes, a 501(c)(3) public charitable organization run by Harlene and Murray Zweig, their family, and incredible volunteers who help provide shoes, backpacks, school supplies, and athletic gear to South Florida children in need so they can go to school prepared and with dignity. Grants are also awarded for camp, aftercare, athletic and enrichment programs for children in need.
Recently, Ken Cutler was awarded the “Community Leadership Award” at the 9th Annual Dinner & Auction “Every Sole Counts” for In Jacobs’s Shoes, and subsequently, Cutler Rader launched a back-to-school drive to collect much-needed supplies over the summer in both the Coconut Creek and Deerfield Beach offices.