LONGVIEW– Sloan, Hatcher, Perry, Runge, Robertson & Smith (“the Sloan Firm”) announced that its partners have elevated Micah L. Satterwhite to the position of Partner. The change is effective immediately.
Satterwhite, a Woodville native, joined the Sloan Firm in 2016, he has focused his practice on handling personal injury cases on behalf of those injured through no fault of their own. He has tried numerous cases to verdict and judgment, including several cases arising from motor vehicle collisions.
He is based in the Sloan Firm’s principal office in Longview.
Satterwhite said “Good clients make for great cases, and I am honored to have represented so many good folks since coming to Longview seven years ago. I appreciate my current and former clients for trusting our firm and me, my partners for their guidance, my paralegal, Ashlea Fogle, for her unflagging support, and my wife, Abbey, for her unconditional love.”
Satterwhite is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas. Before joining the Sloan Firm, he graduated magna cum laude from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 2013, and from Baylor Law School in 2016.
Satterwhite is actively involved in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, in which he serves as the chair-elect for 2023 of the Advocates Board, a group within the Association composed of attorneys who have been members of the Association for ten years or less.
In 2024, Micah will serve as chair of the Advocates Board. He currently serves as president of the Gregg County Bar Association and volunteers his time as a judge of the Longview Teen Court.
Sloan Firm founding partner, John Sloan, says, “Micah has become very involved in our community. In but a short time, he has distinguished himself as a leader among his peers in the legal profession and he has shown excellence in representing our clients. We are proud to have him as a partner in our firm.”
In addition to his professional activities, Satterwhite enjoys playing golf, reading, and spending time with his family. He is married to the former Abbey Cole, a 2018 graduate of The University of Texas at Tyler, who currently serves as a teacher and coach in the Hallsville Independent School District. The Satterwhites have a son and are expecting the birth of a second child in 2023.