Skip Finkbohner was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. He obtained his college degree in 1983 from Duke University where he graduated magna cum laude. He obtained his law degree from Duke University in 1986, and was admitted to the Alabama Bar in 1986.
One of the great professional challenges for a trial lawyer is to consistently win major court battles across a wide range of different types of cases, and over a significant period of time. In an era when fewer and fewer civil cases go to trial, Mr. Finkbohner has established a track record of multi-million dollar jury verdicts in a wide variety of different types of cases, including those arising out of industrial accidents, product liability, wrongful death, medical negligence, insurance fraud, environmental pollution, business wrongdoing, and others. He has represented plaintiffs in cases that resulted in some of the nation's top jury verdicts, as compiled and reported by the National Law Journal and other news agencies. See news and media story links below.
Skip and his wife Sandra live in Theodore with their three daughters, Baxter, Rachel and Hannah Marie.
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