Philip J. Orth III brings over 25 years of experience to the people of Houston, TX. Beginning his career at the University of Florida, Philip graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and continued on to the South Texas College of Law. After completing law school, he gained invaluable experience in the Marine Corps as a JAG Officer, later attaining the rank of Captain and assisting military members and their families with legal issues. In 1989, Philip’s focused turned to the working population of Houston, TX and he began providing legal assistance in worker’s compensation, personal injury, employment discrimination, and Social Security disability cases.
Philip has a strong sense of community and is actively involved in Houston and Baytown area services. He currently serves as a CASA Worker to recommend disposition of children in Child Protective Services, and also participates in the WHO Program educating elementary school students on self-protection.