In 2008, I co-founded Sutliff & Stout to protect the rights of individuals facing the daunting task of litigating against big insurance companies and corporations. Today that mission has expanded to include creating safer communities, using the law as the primary tool for doing so. This blog is meant to act as another tool for creating safer communities, and for protecting the rights of people who find themselves harmed by no fault of their own.
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The stretch of Interstate 35 from Austin to San Antonio has long been a hazard to drivers. Not only do accident between standard vehicles occur regularly, but also, due to […] Read more
From all of us at Sutliff & Stout, we wish you a very merry Christmas and a yuggggge New Year.
Austin, TX – We are proud to have sponsored of the 2016 Brain Power 5k, an annual charity race dedicated to raising awareness and funding research for brain cancer. The […] Read more
Texas Hot Air Balloon Crash Calls Federal Regulations into Question Austin, Texas – The deadliest hot air balloon accident in the history of the United States has observers questioning whether […] Read more
Making a phone call to a friend or texting/e-mailing while you are driving, can me more dangerous than ponying up to the bar on West Sixth Street, ordering and taking five Jager Bombs and getting behind the wheel.
If, by chance, Cam Newton does not listen to his coach’s advice and gets knocked out of the Super Bowl by a hoverboard as opposed to an Denver defender, he should call a products liability lawyer