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Anthony N. Banker Wins Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award from AIOPIA

Anthony N. Banker, a Personal Injury Attorney in Anchorage, Alaska, Has Been Awarded a "Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award" From the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys(TM); This Prestigious Award Is Given to Attorneys Who Exceed Client Expectat

ANCHORAGE, AK -- (Marketwired) -- 07/30/14 -- Anthony N. Banker, a personal injury attorney in Anchorage, Alaska, has been awarded a "Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award" from the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys™. This prestigious award is given to attorneys who exceed client expectations in performance and in personal care for their cases.

Banker has been a trial lawyer for many years, and he feels especially honored when his clients show their appreciation for his hard work. "I became a trial lawyer because I want to help people," says Anthony Banker. "Standing up for those who have been victimized is what my career is about."

His clients certainly seem to agree. Banker was recently awarded the 2014 "Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award" by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys™, located on the web at http://www.aiopia.org/. This prestigious award is given only to those attorneys who go above and beyond the normal services provided by attorneys to their clients, as evidenced by the reports of the clients themselves.

Over the past fourteen years, Banker has represented several hundred litigants in cases involving all types of negligence. He has handled maritime injury cases, wrongful death cases, product liability matters and insurance fraud in addition to car accident and workplace injury cases.

A graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, Banker was awarded the Dean's Honor's Scholarship and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Gonzaga Law Review. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, and is admitted to the bar in Alabama, Alaska and Tennessee.

In addition to a focus on maritime law, Banker also established the State of Alaska's Office of Elder Fraud, where he investigated more than 500 fraud cases and recovered more than $4.5 million in assets for elderly Alaskans who had been exploited.

In order to win the "Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award," Banker had to meet very strict criteria. He was nominated by clients or peers, received a 10 out of 10 in client satisfaction surveys, had no negative feedback from any clients, was top rated by both clients and peers, and was judged an industry leader. Top 10 winners cannot have any type of bar or ethics complaints and are investigated by the AIOPIA before being conferred this honor.

"I'm lucky to get to work at something that I love," says Banker. "The award came as a really pleasant surprise."

About Barber & Banker: Barber & Banker is a personal injury firm in Anchorage, Alaska, that specializes in helping victims of negligence in wrongful death, auto collisions, maritime casualties, and other personal injury matters. Barber & Banker represents Alaskans with traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. The attorneys at this firm are dedicated to standing up for the rights of those who have been injured through negligence.

Contact Information
Barber & Banker
Anthony Banker
http://www.barberandsims.com/
821 N Street Suite 103
Anchorage, AK 99501
(800) 478-5858

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