Born in Palestine, Texas, Mr. Sbrusch received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in December 2004 after only three and a half years. While at UT, Christopher served as president of the University of Texas Student Psychology Association, worked for the Longhorn football program, and married his wife Adriann, a registered nurse. Following a short time working in Burbank, California and Colorado Springs, Colorado, Christopher spent a year running a successful business in Tyler, Texas, after which he attended and graduated from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas.
Christopher spent his time in Houston studying law, raising his first son Carter Lee with his wife, and being trained by legendary litigator Howard L. Nations before accepting a position as an insurance defense attorney in Tyler, Texas where he gained tremendous knowledge and skills on advocating for his clients against insurance companies. Christopher and Adriann had their second son, Canon Doyle shortly after moving to Tyler. He created his own general law practice after two years of defense work but was quickly offered a position at Loncar & Associates. After spending almost two years as a litigator and case manager for Loncar & Associates in Tyler, Mr. Sbrusch and his family moved to Odessa, Texas in June 2014 after accepting his current position as the managing attorney in the Odessa office of Loncar & Associates.
Mr. Sbrusch is actively involved as a coach in youth athletics, a volunteer in numerous community associations and events, and even funds and oversees a committee for the Doyle Marshall Memorial Scholarship which honors the life of his great-grandfather and is given to students at his former high school in Slocum, Texas where he graduated as valedictorian.
South Texas College of Law, J.D. 2009
University of Texas at Austin, B.A. Psychology 2004
Area of Practice
Plaintiff’s personal injury
Automobile, Trucking, and Motorcycle Accidents
Professional Associations and Memberships
State Bar of Texas
U.S. Federal Court – Eastern District of Texas
Permian Basin Trial Lawyers Association