Vitto Claut, was born in Montereale Valcellina (PN). Law Degree at the University of Trieste (1976). He began to develop the profession of lawyer immediately after having passed the State test, committing himself in a particular way, in the tutelage of the citizens rights.
He founded in 1984, along with other people, the Court Section of the “Sick rights” at the city of Pordenone.
Since 1986 he has been part of “Codacons”, (Association for the defense of the environment and consumer rights), being currently Regional President for the section of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
In the course of the years he has maintained numerous battles, always on the part of citizens, either against the distortions of public administration, or as a defender of the rights of individual users, in the face of prevarication and market abuses.
Vitto has continued to have a particular interest and sensitivity regarding health and its problems, either with the protection of the rights of individual patients, or organizing awareness campaigns such as protest demonstrations in several Regional Hospitals against the “Copay”.
He also has a column on consumer rights every Tuesday night on Tele-Pordenone and is a regular guest on the news program on Wednesday led by Gigi di Meo.
He has appeared many times in the national media to discuss different types of legal problems.
It is present on the Internet with around 1600 articles from 2003 until today.
Vitto has also dealt with international law and international debt recovery, as well as, for 20 years, has taken cases of international adoptions in Central and South America.
He has contributed to the elaboration of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, approved in New York on November 20, 1989.
He is the owner of the Legal Study Avv.Vitto Claut.
Being his mother tongue the Italian, Vitto dominates the Spanish, English, German, Russian and Portuguese languages.
Vitto has always had a propensity to help people in difficulty and continues to be one of his goals in these crisis times. He would like citizens to have more weight in political life, and for public administration to be finally efficient and transparent.
Vitto Claut was the first Italian to sign a cryopreservation contract with the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, one of the most important centers in the world in cryonics, to be cryopreserved after death.
He has just created the Italian Association of Cryonics and Life Extension, and is a member of the Advisory Council of the Sociedad Criónica.