In 2008, Graham and I established Sutliff & Stout to represent the rights of individuals and families. Through the justice of the legal system, we seek to help individuals and families who have been harmed by the carelessness of others. Today, this blog serves as another tool toward fulfilling that mission.
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If you are injured as a result of the actions of another party, you can file a Texas personal injury claim with their insurance company. The amount of time that […] Read more
If you’ve sustained an injury at work due to a fall while you were on the job your probably wondering: I fell at work; can I sue? The answer is, […] Read more
If you are considering hiring an attorney to file a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf, you may be interested in learning about one of the most critical components of […] Read more
The simple answer is, no. If you haven’t hired a lawyer to represent you, no attorney has any right to open a claim on your behalf with any insurance company. […] Read more
If you have been driving a few years in Texas, you have likely experienced a hit and run or know someone who has. This is an unfortunate reality on Texas […] Read more
If you’ve been involved in a collision involving multiple vehicles, chances are that it will be much more difficult to navigate your insurance claim process. The increased difficulty is caused […] Read more
In Texas, the purpose of punitive damages, also known as exemplary damages, are to punish bad actors and deter or prevent other bad actors in the future. However, over the […] Read more
US-90 in Texas extends from as far west as Van Horn Texas, all the way to the Louisiana state border. It runs or less East-West across the lower portion of […] Read more
US-59 near Cleveland Texas is a dangerous stretch of road. It is a high traffic area, especially during the usual rush hours, and it carries a lot of the Houston-commuter […] Read more
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