Jennifer L. Cutler, Esq.
Jennifer started practicing law in 1992 as an insurance defense lawyer. After 6 years of learning the ins-and-outs of the insurance world, she began working as a plaintiffs’ lawyer in 1998, specializing in personal injury accident and medical malpractice cases. She became a named partner in the law firm of Poswall, White and Cutler in 2002 until she left to start her own firm in 2015.
Due to Jennifer’s extensive experience with working with claim representatives and defense lawyers, she communicates and advocates her clients’ positions aggressively and effectively. She has handled hundreds of cases to successful results either through settlement or trial. She specializes in representing clients that have been injured as a result of automobile and motorcycle accidents, slip/trip and falls, and defective products as well as clients that have been injured due to failure to timely or properly diagnose and treat medical conditions such as orthopedic injuries, gastrointestinal injuries and birth injuries. She also represents clients who suffer from brain tumors, breast, lung and brain cancer resulting in injuries, shortened life spans and death. Jennifer also represents clients who have suffered elder abuse at the hands of nursing facilities, residential homes and dementia facilities.
Jennifer’s strength, passion and drive stem from her life long love of sports and being athletic. Starting from a young age, she has always been involved in sports, beginning with softball and expanding to volleyball, lacrosse, and floor hockey.
After college she continued her athletic endeavors focusing on marathon running and competing in triathlons where she would rank top 5 in her age group. An avid hiker, she has hiked the John Muir Trial and has summited Mount Shasta. She has even played wide receiver for the Sacramento Sirens professional football team.
She continues to use this same energy, commitment and drive to represent her clients. When not working, you can find Jennifer hiking with her husband and three boys in the foothills, tending to her vegetable garden or reading.