Neil Anthony believes that every client who enters the Steinger, Greene & Feiner offices should remember that what happened to them, and what they lost, is important. No client should tolerate anyone who ever tries to minimize that. If they don’t realize that before coming to the firm, Neil will ensure that every client understands that when they leave.
Neil can clearly recall his first year of law school and his internship at the Dade County Public Defender’s Office. He was riveted right away and knew immediately how important it was to stand for justice. From his very first client interview, Neil was hooked on representing others. Throughout his career, he has made it his mission to rebuild faith in Justice, one case and one client at a time.
Even now, Neil believes that his clients will learn to deeply believe in the justice of their case and prevail in the face of overwhelming odds and struggle, through persistence, hard work, and self-refection. And he will be their guide through the entire process.
Neil’s family and friends describe him as supportive, and every one of Neil’s clients has the benefit of working with an attorney that supports them every step of the way.
Neil Anthony graduated from The Miami School of Law and began his legal career as an Assistant Public Defender. He represented impoverished clients accused of criminal acts. From his earliest days as an attorney, Neil used his skills in the courtroom to fight for those who could not fight for themselves.
Neil joined Steinger, Greene & Feiner in 2008 as an already established personal injury attorney with a career of serving and upholding justice. As one of the partners of the firm, Neil focuses his incredibly sharp sense of justice on his daily dealings with clients, guiding them through some of the most doubt-filled times of their lives, to ultimately restore their belief that justice serves those who persevere in the face of even the most seemingly insurmountable challenges.
Neil decided to join Steinger, Greene & Feiner, and use the litigation skills he sharpened while defending needy clients in the public justice system, to help those who were injured through negligence and wrongdoing.
Litigation can resemble jazz in its complexity and freeform nature which is why both are considered an art form that requires mastery and the ability to prepare while relying on judgment and timing. Thankfully, Neil is a master of both. His command of the saxophone is only overshadowed by his command of the English language which is the ultimate tool he uses to represent his clients in every situation. Though he leaves his sax at home when travels to court.
Neil represents victims of motor vehicle crashes, defective products, unsafe property, police misconduct, dangerous medical devices, boating accidents, and animal attacks. After his first, fresh hot cup of coffee in the morning, Neil gets to work building cases and making clients whole again.
For his incredible work, achievements, and an outstanding legal career spanning 25 years, hundreds of clients and millions of dollars in restitution; Neil has been recognized by clients and peers and his A.V. rating from Martindale Hubbell is a testament to the top-notch legal representation he provides. Neil currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Palm Beach County Justice Association.
It is Neil’s unwavering drive to fight for justice and the settlements he presents to his clients that ensures that every injured Steinger, Greene & Feiner leaves the firm saying: “I Love My Attorney”. He is one of the most caring and understanding West Palm Beach car accident lawyers.
This attorney spotlight is part of a series to highlight the outstanding work and dedication that Steinger, Greene & Feiner attorneys deliver every day.
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