Ted represents people who are injured and lose some aspect of their quality of life as a result of the negligence of others. Ted’s father, Michael Larkin, has been an attorney at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm since 1988, and Ted’s mother, Andrea Larkin, was a successful litigator for many years before being elected judge of the 54B District Court in East Lansing, Michigan. Watching those two and learning about the careers of his maternal and paternal grandfathers—both of whom were also attorneys—seeded in Ted an admiration for those who skillfully represent others.
Ted realized while completing his undergraduate studies at Michigan State University’s College of Social Science that he wanted to follow in his parents’ and grandfathers’ footsteps and become an attorney. He enrolled at Michigan State University’s College of Law in the Fall of 2017, and after his first year of studies, began clerking at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm. During his clerkship, Ted developed a passion for advocating on behalf of injured people and discovered his professional calling.
In addition to representing injured people, Ted also serves as an author and editor of AutoNoFaultLaw.com: the digital evolution of the acclaimed “No-Fault Red Books” authored by George Sinas and Timothy Donovan and published by the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association from 1988 to 2003. The authors of AutoNoFaultLaw.com summarize all published and unpublished appellate decisions that deal with the Michigan No-Fault Insurance Act, then database and index the summaries on the website for the benefit of the public and fellow practitioners.
Ted is committed to the Greater Lansing Community, having grown up in East Lansing and having recently bought a house with his wife, Natalie, not more than two miles from Michigan State’s campus. Natalie and Ted enjoy traveling—Natalie to Europe and Ted to more exotic places, like Michigan’s Upper Peninsula—but know East Lansing to be their forever home.