Milan G. Marinkovich is the managing attorney in The Woodlands, Texas office of MILAN G. MARINKOVICH & ASSOCIATES, PLLC. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh and his Juris Doctor at Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
With more than seven years of prior experience managing both coverage issues and personal injury liability claims for an insurer in Georgia and Texas, Milan is adept at each of these respective aspects of insurance. In addition to his work as lead defense counsel, he has provided insurers with coverage opinions, reservation of rights letters, and conducted examinations under oath ("EUOs") on suspected fraudulent claim submissions. His civil litigation trial practice focuses on both insurance coverage and defense (personal automobile and trucking), general liability, and premises liability.
He is a former Assistant Nueces County Attorney in the Civil Litigation Division (Corpus Christi, Texas), where he successfully argued two published cases before the Thirteenth Court of Appeals:
As a former Assistant District Attorney, he prosecuted numerous misdemeanor and felony cases before juries with the Nueces County District Attorney’s office. His current criminal defense practice is devoted to representing clients charged with serious felony offenses, including first degree murder.
Milan is a current member of the Woodlands Bar Association and a legal advocate for both the International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU) and the Texas Association of Special Investigation Units (TASIU). He represents individuals, corporations, and insurance carriers in all state courts throughout Texas and has represented trucking clients in Tennessee, Pro Hac Vice, pursuant to Rule 19 of the Tennessee Supreme Court.
Milan is also licensed to practice in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas (Federal Court).
We do not geographically limit our State Court practice.
Milan has been the lead attorney for a variety of clients in the following Texas counties (State Court):
Milan also handles matters filed in the United States District Court - Eastern District of Texas (Federal Court).