Anthony is an associate at Kapusta, Deihl & Schweers and concentrates his practice on personal injury litigation including asbestos-related lawsuits. He is also involved in the firm’s estate practice.
Prior to joining the firm, Anthony J. Bianco practiced at one of Pittsburgh’s prominent personal injury firms. He joined Kapusta, Deihl & Schweers to do more of what he enjoys most – developing personal relationships with clients and advocating for those clients in the courtroom.
Prior to law school, Anthony received his undergraduate degree, cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati in 2014. He received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Duquesne University School of Law in 2017.
While in law school, Anthony served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Lisa P. Lenihan where he gained invaluable legal research and writing experience. Additionally, Anthony was an active member of the Trial Advocacy Program and competed in national competitions across the country. However, Anthony’s most rewarding law school experience was his time spent in the Urban Development Practicum, during which he analyzed legal issues for individuals and non-profit organizations in distressed communities around the city of Pittsburgh. Through this experience, Anthony realized he wanted to commit his career to representing individuals wronged by major corporations.
In his free time, Anthony is either with family and friends appreciating Pittsburgh’s unmatched sports venues or on the golf course.
Anthony J. Bianco is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and West Virginia.