Theodore G. Skarbowski began his legal career in 1992 and has aggressively worked to protect his client’s rights and interests in order to effect a successful outcome. Mr. Skarbowski has over 20 years of litigation experience which allows him to effectively prosecute or defend a client’s interest both inside and outside of the courtroom.
A native of Buffalo, New York, Ted left home at the age of 18 in 1973 and hitchhiked across the country in search of his future. His travels took him to many interesting places, including the Pacific coast of Oregon and the Prince William Sound area of Alaska. During that time, Ted worked a variety of different jobs including logging in the forests of Oregon, fish canning, constructing a salmon hatchery on an island in Alaska, and fishing on a tuna boat in the Pacific Ocean. In 1977, Ted traveled to Texas where he worked construction as a heavy equipment operator and a truck driver before working his way through college and law school. Mr. Skarbowksi’s experience as a working man and father have influenced his practice of law and engendered a deep dedication to his clients and their families. He knows through personal experience the dedication, determination and tenacity that are required to succeed in life and the law. Ted strives to apply those same characteristics to the legal services he provides every client he has the pleasure to work with.
Bar and Court Admissions
- Texas, 1992
- State Bar of Texas
- Veterans Administration Accredited Attorney
- South Texas College of Law, J.D., 1991
- Sam Houston State University, B.A., cum laude, 1986