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What Should You Do If You’ve Experienced A Wrongful Death?

In our line of work here at Cutter Law P.C., we get asked a lot of hard questions regarding the complicated legal process in the United States. One question, however, stands out as something that even the most hardened attorney has trouble answering. That question is: What should you do if you’ve experienced a wrongful …

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How To Ride Your Bicycle Safely In High Traffic Areas

Due to the global pandemic, bicycle sales have skyrocketed across the United States. Many people believe it a safer mode of transportation than public transit. However, due to the increase in the number of cyclists on the road, the number of fatal and injury-causing collisions between bicycles and motor vehicles is steadily rising. To help …

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More Than 20 Sexual Assault Cases Coordinated Against Lyft

On Wednesday, January 8, 2020, Brooks Cutter, Senior Partner at Cutter Law P.C., and several other attorneys made a move to coordinate more than twenty sexual assault lawsuits against the ride-sharing firm Lyft Inc. The group of lawyers argued whether to coordinate last Wednesday as “part of California’s Judicial Council Coordinated Proceedings” (Law.com). The total …

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6 Things You Should Know About Dash Cams and Car Accidents

Most people are aware that video cameras on the dashboard of police cars are entirely legal and often help police officers catch speeders and dangerous drivers in the act. What fewer people know is that even private civilian vehicles in California are allowed to have what are commonly referred to as dash cams (dashboard cameras). …

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Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Construction Accident

June 27, 2019 The family of a construction worker who fell to his death at a worksite after a nail gun fell on him has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against multiple construction companies and a property developer. The worker, whose death highlights how dangerous construction accidents can be, was only 38 years old and …

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Is the FDA Hiding Medical Device Injuries?

June. 14, 2019 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is tasked with ensuring medical devices are safe for use and patients are kept relatively free from harm at the hands of medical and pharmaceutical companies, but a recent report suggests the FDA might be putting the interests of big companies ahead of patient safety. The …

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FDA Warns Against Use of Thermography in Place of Mammography

Mar. 29, 2019 When it comes to diagnosing breast cancer, time is of the essence. The sooner a diagnosis is achieved the sooner treatment can begin. If a diagnosis is delayed the risks of cancer spreading and becoming harder to treat—or even terminal—become much greater. Women who are concerned about breast cancer diagnosis may have …

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PG&E Allegedly Knew About Issues with Camp Fire Transmission Line

Mar. 21, 2019 New reports indicate Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) received warnings about the transmission line that may have started 2018’s devastating Camp Fire but failed to do anything to repair that line. NBC analyzed internal documents from PG&E that indicate a warning from as early as 2014 suggested the Caribou-Palermo power lines were …

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