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Attorney Christopher Annis, born and raised in Merrill, Wisconsin, attended Marquette University on a full ROTC scholarship. In 1992, he graduated with a B.A. in physics and was stationed with the U.S. Navy in Orlando, Fla.

Mr. Annis obtained his law degree from the University of Florida in 1997 and began practicing in Gainesville immediately after graduation. He started at a personal injury plaintiffs firm, where he gained valuable experience handling cases involving auto accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites and workers' compensation as well as various types of insurance claims. From there, Mr. Annis went to work for a Gainesville insurance defense firm. For two years, he was able to gather great insight into the insurance companies' perspective on handling claims. He uses this inside knowledge daily in his legal practice.

The Law Office of Christopher J. Annis, LLC, was established in 2004 on the principle of being wholly dedicated to helping injured individuals and their families obtain the compensation they deserve.

Mr. Annis' assistant, Dolly Wright, has worked with him in Gainesville for 16 years. She has more than 20 years of experience as a paralegal, and she shares Mr. Annis' passion for helping injured individuals and their families.

To learn more about Mr. Annis' background and education, follow the profile link below.

To schedule a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Christopher J. Annis, LLC, call 352-264-1910 or contact the lawyer online.

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