Anthony Marsh is dedicated to fighting for the rights of injured people against those who harmed them. He is a fourth generation Washingtonian with deep ties to the area, and a love for the Pacific Northwest. Because he is the son of a Naval Officer, he moved all over the country growing up. But when he decided to go to law school, he chose to come back to Seattle.

He started at the Seattle University School of Law, where he placed in the top ten percent of his class. Then, he transferred to the UW School of Law, where he graduated with grades in the top five percent of his class, earning admission into the prestigious Order of the Coif honors society. In law school, he also represented ordinary people in the Workers’ Rights Clinic, helping laid off workers with their unemployment compensation appeals and recovering withheld wages on behalf of construction workers.

So far in his career, Anthony has secured dozens of great settlements for his clients. For those times when a settlement cannot be reached, he doggedly pursues the opposing party through litigation. He is particularly proud to have helped Seattle’s minority communities, who are frequently discriminated against by insurance companies.