Tony Atterbury


Brad Pistotnik Law, PA

Firm Website


(316) 617-9237


10111 East 21st North

Address 2

Suite 204








Tony Atterbury has zealously represented clients in civil litigation matters for the past 15 years. He received his Bachelor of Science with a major in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics from Friends University in 1998 and graduated magna cum laude with his Juris Doctorate from Washburn University School of Law, in 2001. While at Washburn University, Mr. Atterbury received a Certificate of Environmental Law, was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity and served as the Notes Editor of the Washburn Law Journal from 2000-01. Mr. Atterbury is licensed to practice law in both Kansas and Nebraska.

Prior to joining Brad Pistotnik Law, P.A., Mr. Atterbury was a partner with Depew, Gillen, Rathburn & McInteer, L.C.where he litigated primarily in oil and gas law, aviation law, environmental law and criminal defense. At Brad Pistotnik Law, P.A., Mr. Atterbury’s primary practice areas include personal injury law involving car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents and slip and fall accidents and civil litigation.


Friends University, B.S. Chemistry, minor Mathematics, 1998;

Washburn University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2001

Memberships and Associations: 

10th Circuit Bench Bar Committe, 2011-2013; Co-Author of Kansas Annual Survey on Oil and Gas Law, 2010-2014; Wichita Bar Association; Kansas Bar Association; Wichita Association of Petroleum Landmen; Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association; Kansas Trial Lawyers Association; Downtown Y’s Men Association; Wichita Crime Commission; Wichita Wagon Masters

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