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Attorney Brian O. Sutter Recognized for Supporting New Clean Drinking Water Project In Haiti

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Brian O. Sutter of All Injuries Law Firm has been recognized for his contributions to building new wells for clean drinking water in Haiti. Located in the town of Jacemel on the southern coast of Haiti, the project organized and carried out by Food For The Poor Inc., was part of the charitable organizations's wider effort.

Personal injury attorney Brian O. Sutter has earned the Client Champion designation by Martindale-Hubbell

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Brian O. Sutter of Southwest Florida-based All Injuries Law Firm, has been named a 2017 Silver "Client Champion." Attorneys who have been recognized as a Client Champion, are chosen for maintaining the highest degree of client satisfaction.
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Florida Attorney Brian O. Sutter Supported New Water System for Needy in Nicaragua

eNewsChannels NEWS: (PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla.) -- Personal Injury Attorney Brian O. Sutter of All Injuries Law Firm has supported the construction of a new water system for the village of Guingajapa in San Nicolas, Nicaragua. The project entitled Guingajapa water system, was organized and operated by Food For The Poor, one of the largest international relief and development organizations in USA.
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Attorney Brian O. Sutter lauds Frank Clark Appointment to Florida Judge of Compensation Claims

eNewsChannels NEWS: (PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla.) -- Experienced Workers' Compensation Attorney Frank Clark, Formerly of All Injuries Law Firm, has been appointed by Florida Governor Rick Scott to Florida Judge of Compensation Claims.
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Florida Contributory Negligence in Personal Injury Cases Can Impact Recalled Vehicle Owners

NEWS: With a three year string of record safety recalls from many of the world's major automakers and millions of vehicles affected in the U.S. alone, Attorney Brian O. Sutter of All Injuries Law Firm is urging owners of recalled vehicles to bring them in to be repaired or face possible liability.

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