University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse 1982
Bachelors of Science in Economics with a minor in Psychology;
Mississippi College School of Law 1985
Worker’s Compensation, Unemployment Compensation, Criminal Defense, Traffic/OWI Defense, Civil Law, Employment Law, Personal Injury
Anthony L. O’Malley was born in Madison, Wisconsin, the third of ten children. After serving in the United States Navy during the Viet Nam era, Anthony attended the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and graduated in 1982 after earning a Bachelors of Science degree in Economics with a minor in Psychology.
Anthony joined Zacherl, O’Malley & Endejan, S.C. after graduating from Mississippi College School of Law in 1985. During Anthony’s early years with our firm he served as an assistant city attorney for Fond du Lac, Wisconsin where he was the primary prosecutor for the city.
Currently, Anthony assists clients with worker’s compensation injuries, personal injuries and property damage claims, employment disputes, consumer protection, criminal defense and general trial practice before courts and administrative agencies in Fond du Lac and surrounding counties.
Anthony is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Association for Justice, the Wisconsin Association of Worker’s Compensation Attorneys and the Fond du Lac County Bar Association. He has been admitted to practice in the federal courts for both the Eastern District and Western District of Wisconsin.
Over the years Anthony has also been of service to his community having worked in leadership capacities on his local church council, the American Legion, as president of the Oakfield Village Board and the Oakfield Lions Club and other volunteer organizations.
Anthony and his wife live in Oakfield, Wisconsin where they are raising their four children.