No.  And that is what makes these drugs so insidious.  There is still not enough known about ‘how’ the Fluoroquinolones damage the human body to develop a test to determine who will have an adverse event. There are some strong suggestions that some genes may play a role in an adverse event such as certain CYP polymorphisms which effect drug metabolism, but so far none have proven universal enough to developing an accurate test.

Having said that, I have made some loose correlations from data over the years linking certain groups of individuals to a higher prevalence of an adverse event from Fluoroquinolones.  You can view this data here.  Please note that these lists are not all inclusive.