Anthony Tarricone has been appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee for the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Boeing 737 MAX investigation against Boeing and other defendants. Anthony has over 30 years of experience representing families who have suffered the emotional and financial devastation that results from the unexpected death or injury of a spouse, child, parent or loved one. He has a proven record of success litigating wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases involving aircraft accidents and disasters, defective products, medical negligence and other complex cases.
Anthony represented the families of the three students who lost their lives in the crash of Asiana Flight 214 and is currently representing a young pianist who was seriously injured when large sections a one-story building facade collapsed, burying her under chunks of concrete.
Anthony has played a significant role in toxic and environmental litigation, too. For the litigation against BP following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, Anthony was appointed by the federal judge overseeing the case to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee.
Anthony attended Suffolk University Law School, where he served as Note Editor of the Law Review and graduated first in his class. After graduation, he served as Law Clerk to the Justices of the Superior Court before entering private practice. Before joining Kreindler, Anthony was a founding law firm partner of Sarrouf, Tarricone & Flemming where he headed the firm’s aviation practice, handling a broad spectrum of cases from air carrier disasters to general aviation accidents in claims against air carriers, manufacturers of aircraft and components, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), aircraft repair stations and operators of charter and rental aircraft.
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Anthony has long been a vocal advocate for individuals who have suffered harm because of the negligence and wrongful conduct of corporate and governmental interests. Through his extensive work in state and national trial lawyer organizations, Anthony has fought to ensure that individuals have meaningful legal remedies and access to justice in state and federal courts throughout the nation. He has served for many years as a member of the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (recently renamed the American Association for Justice) which is the largest association of civil trial attorneys in the world. For the past several years, Anthony has been elected as a national officer of the Association, most recently serving as President. He has also served as President of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys where he continues to serve as a Governor and member of the Executive Committee.
Anthony is active in the international legal association PEOPIL (Pan European Organization of Personal Injury Law) and a frequent speaker within the legal industry on the intricacies of international litigation. Anthony is a member of the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association and the Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association. He is a frequent lecturer and writer for Bar Associations and Professional Associations. Anthony has been selected for listing in the Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers publications, and he holds the highest rating established by Martindale-Hubbell which is given to lawyers and law firms considered by the legal community to have Very High to Preeminent Legal Ability and who embrace Very High Professional Standards.