Holiday Travel Plans: How safe are Texas Roadways?

Published: December 2022

Due to various compounding issues, Texas is becoming an increasingly dangerous place to drive. For example, fatalities suffered on Texas roadways increased by 13% last year. Texans saw a 10-year peak, with 4,437 individuals losing Read On…

The Most Dangerous Highways in Texas

Published: August 2022

Given the sprawling landscape that makes up the Lone Star state, the Texas Highway System and Texas High Freight Network are critical pieces of infrastructure. However, anyone traveling along these roads will tell you that Read On…

The Unpredictable Danger of Side-Swipe Accidents

Published: July 2022

Oftentimes, a sideswipe accident can occur with only minor damage, with little to no harm befalling the individuals behind the wheel. But when damages do occur, the results can be quite severe. The most common Read On…

States Using Court Room Video Conferencing

Published: April 2020

Sutliff & Stout Law Firm has put together a table of all 50 states that are using video conferencing during COVID-19. The states range from using Zoom to WebEx to their own web page for Read On…

Zoom Backgrounds for Lawyers

Published: April 2020

During this time of social distancing, Court’s and lawyers have turned to video conferencing to continue their operations. Zoom has become the service of choice for lawyers and courts.  Zoom allows video conferences to be Read On…

How to Be a Safe Driver in Ice and Snow

Published: November 2019

Winter is right around the corner for Texas, and with it comes the cold weather. As the Lone Star State begins to experience colder weather, adverse weather conditions become more prevalent.  Among all the conditions, Read On…

Texas Teen Driving Laws

Published: August 2019

For many teens, turning 15 or 16 means they can finally become a little more independent and drive themselves around. In reality, it’s not quite that simple. Before getting behind the wheel for the first Read On…