Focuses practice on car and truck accidents, workplace accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, premises liability, and maritime injury cases
Extensive background in cases involving complex insurance matters
Experience litigating on both sides of the docket
Emiliano is an associate attorney at Pierce Skrabanek, PLLC where he focuses his practices on all types of personal injury, including car/truck accidents, workplace accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, premises liability, as well as maritime injuries. Prior to joining Pierce Skrabanek, PLLC, Emiliano worked at a top insurance defense firm as well as a boutique personal injury litigation firm which both handled cases worth millions of dollars.
Emiliano also had the chance to intern for the Honorable Dedra Davis of the 270th District Court of Harris County, Texas while in law school, and he eventually clerked for the Honorable Beau A. Miller of the 190th District Court of Harris County, Texas as well. Emiliano has litigated on both sides of the docket and has seen how decisions are made behind the bench. This invaluable set of experiences allows Emiliano to bring tremendous value to his client's cases.
Emiliano was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas. After deciding to start law school, Emiliano moved back home to Houston and enrolled in Houston's oldest law school, South Texas College of Law. Emiliano graduated cum laude from South Texas College of Law, was an associated editor for the Texas Journal of Business Law, was a member of the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Law Clinic, and even attained a top grade in his Wills, Trusts, and Estates class in his third year. While in law school, Emiliano got to experience a mock trial for the first time. It was during an off-the-cuff opening statement that he solidified his desire to be a trial lawyer and represent Plaintiffs all over Texas in their fights for justice.
Emiliano is currently licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Texas as well as the Southern District of Texas.