After graduating from UC Santa Barbara in three years, Anthony enrolled at Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California. During his time at law school, Anthony also worked at a mid-size law firm in Irvine, California, obtaining practical experience with his education. In 2008, Anthony received his Juris Doctorate with an emphasis in business law.
After passing the bar exam at twenty-four years old, Anthony returned to Santa Barbara, where he began his personal injury career. From 2008 to 2017, Anthony operated his own law office, which focused on a variety of services for his clients but emphasized solely on personal injury matters.
Anthony intends to bring his variety of experience and knowledge to ensure his clients receive the best recovery possible at Harris Personal Injury Lawyers. His recent litigation accomplishments include the following settlements: a settlement in the case of Rebecca Nutt v. Jette Tankersly, et al. for $719,000; a settlement in the case of Shaun Reynolds v. Frontline Construction, et al. for $1,049,000; a settlement in the case of Daniel Flitcroft v. Taylor Berry, et al. for $1,639,000, and a settlement in the case of Dutra v. Gheno, et al. for $1,976,343.90.
In 2019, Anthony was awarded the honor of Harris Personal Injury Lawyer’s “Trial Lawyer of the Year” for his work in Shelley v. Ridenour, et al. The verdict of $264,930.71 was the largest personal injury verdict in Santa Barbara County for 2019.
In his spare time, Anthony enjoys golf, yoga, and hiking with his wife and dogs.