Committed to Justice

Cutler Rader is committed to bringing our clients the justice they deserve. In our combined 75 years of practice, we have learned that justice comes in many different forms and has different meanings to everyone. We take great pride in using our strength, integrity and experience to fight for our clients, to serve as their Learn More “Committed to Justice”

What Happened to Balance?

Recently there was an article published by the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board on declaiming “Gov. Ron DeSantis stiffs Florida Bar to stack courts with hard-right judges.” The article highlights the fact that the Governor “recently rejected the Florida Bar’s nominations for lawyers to serve on seven Judicial Nominating Commissions (JNC’s). The organization, which represents all Learn More “What Happened to Balance?”

The Bed Rail Case

I was contacted by a new client who was grief stricken over the loss of his 92-year-old mother. His mother, who was bedridden in a nursing home setting was found dead, the bed rail trapping her head between the bottom of the rail and the mattress. She had become entrapped by the bed itself and Learn More “The Bed Rail Case”

Have You Ever Heard of Ciguatera?

“Ciguatera is a food-born illness (food poisoning) caused by eating fish that is contaminated by ciguatera toxin. Ciguatera toxin is a heat-stable lipid soluble compound, produced by dinoflagellates and concentrated in fish organs, that can cause nausea, pain, cardiac, and neurological symptoms in humans when ingested.” (As described in an article by Dr. Charles Davis). “What?” That’s what I said Learn More “Have You Ever Heard of Ciguatera?”

A New Law And How It Impacts The Use of Assignments of Benefits (AOB)

After much debate, Governor DeSantis has signed into law new legislation that is being met with resistance by attorneys who handle homeowner’s claims. The new law, which went into effect on July 1, 2019, will have an immediate and important impact upon the use of Assignments of Benefits (AOB) under various homeowners’ insurance policies. Proponents Learn More “A New Law And How It Impacts The Use of Assignments of Benefits (AOB)”