David A. Cutt is a 1991 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and a founding member of Cutt, Kendell & Olson. His practice focuses on:
He has tried numerous cases to verdict and obtained multiple seven figure recoveries on behalf of his injured clients. Mr. Cutt has particular expertise prosecuting cases on behalf of people who have suffered brain or spinal cord injuries, as well as pursuing claims for injuries caused by defective automobile tires and other dangerous products.
Mr. Cutt sits on the board of the Utah Association for Justice (formerly the Utah Trial Lawyers Association). He has published numerous articles on personal injury and product liability law and is the editor of the Utah Trial Journal. Mr. Cutt is on the faculty of Utah’s Learn from the Pros series of seminars for young lawyers and lectures frequently on topics related to personal injury law.
- Super Lawyers 2009 - 2021
- Best Lawyers 2015 - 2022
To benefit from Mr. Cutt's knowledgeable representation, contact Cutt, Kendell & Olson online or call the firm at (801) 901-3470.
Our Clients Come First
He took over the legal process for our family, so we could focus on helping our injured child to heal. We will never be able to express our gratitude for how he helped us through a very difficult and overwhelming process with positive results.
$16,400,000 Truck Accident Verdict
Jury verdict awarded for an 11-year-old boy whose family was killed in a car accident with an out-of-control semitrailer.
$14,500,000 Medical Malpractice Verdict
Jury verdict for a premature baby that suffered an anemic shock episode, which resulted in a serious and permanent brain injury.
$13,500,000 Spinal Cord Injury Settlement
Young woman paralyzed in a rollover accident.
$12,500,000 Product Liability Settlement
Woman suffered a brain injury in an accident that happened after a tire failed and the vehicle rolled off the freeway.
$4,250,000 Workplace Accident Settlement
Settlement for premature delivery of a baby boy in result of an accident involving his mother at the warehouse where she worked.
$3,000,000 Legal Malpractice Settlement
Settlement on behalf of four adult males who were the victims of legal malpractice committed by a large Salt Lake City law firm.