Anthony Banker is a trial lawyer who devotes his practice to helping people who have been injured or exploited. Over the past 20 years, he has litigated several hundred cases involving negligence, maritime injuries, wrongful death, product liability, insurance bad faith, professional liability, lender liability, and fraud.
Anthony graduated cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington. He was awarded a Dean's Honors Scholarship and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Gonzaga Law Review. He is admitted to practice law in the courts of Alabama, Alaska, and Tennessee.
Most cases are resolved through negotiation and mediation, but Anthony also routinely tries cases to judges and juries throughout Alaska. He has also tried cases in Tennessee and Alabama. Anthony has been appointed to serve as an arbitrator in cases brought by other lawyers and has served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska, Anchorage where he taught a course in civil litigation. He was also named to the Board of Directors for the Anchorage Bar Association.
“Injured workers need good lawyers to help them recover everything available under the law. Insurance companies do everything they can to stop that from happening. I see this fight as one worth devoting my life's work to winning.” - Anthony Banker
Anthony feels particularly honored to represent working men and women and their families, as he comes from “working family” roots. He spent summers working as a laborer with a concrete form erector crew and put himself through college working as many as three jobs at a time. Anthony frequently sees working people lose the ability to work because of their injuries. He believes that injured workers need reliable personal injury lawyers to help them recover the compensation they are legally owed. Insurance companies do everything they can to stop that from happening, but Anthony is committed to securing favorable outcomes for his clients.