“My favorite part about being a trial attorney is fighting for the
rights of the injured ‘little guy’ against the larger forces
that have caused him or her harm. Trial lawyers keep society safe by ensuring
that large companies keep their products and businesses safe. It is this
advocacy for the defenseless that makes me excited to get up and go to
work each day.”
Anthony Quackenbush is
a Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney. Over the course of his career, Anthony has tried more than 70 jury trials,
including both criminal and civil cases. Among these trials, Anthony has
achieved plaintiff's verdicts of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Anthony is a graduate of Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.
He also graduated from the University of Miami School of Law.
Early Career and Achievements
Following law school, Anthony began his career at the Broward County Public
Defender's Office. There, he tried many cases, including
30 jury trials in just 1 year. After several years at the Public Defender's Office, Anthony entered
into private practice handling civil cases involving personal injury,
premises liability, products liability, and wrongful death.
Attorney Anthony Quackenbush holds the following positions and memberships:
- Board of the Broward Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section
- Chair of the Law School Liaison Committee of the Broward Bar
- Vice-Chair of the Bar Membership Committee
- Board of the Broward County Justice Association
- Member of the Vanguard Committee of the Broward County Justice Association
- Board of the Florida Justice Association's Young Lawyers Division
Outside of his legal involvement, Anthony sits on the City of Fort Lauderdale
Community Appearance Board, as well as the Broward County Health and Sanitary
Anthony lives in Fort Lauderdale with his wife Katy and his son Paul.
If you want to discuss your case with Attorney Anthony Quackenbush or any
of our other Ft. Lauderdale personal injury lawyers,
contact our firm