Indiana’s Trusted Personal Injury Advocates Since 1963.
There is no Yosha Law without Buddy Yosha. An influential figure at the heart of Indianapolis’ history, Buddy has been fighting for what’s fair and supporting the next generation of lawyers for the past 60 years.
In this tribute video, you’ll see the impact our firm founder has had on those around him, from inspiring his son Brandon to mentoring Indiana’s top lawyers who have had their careers shaped by Buddy.
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Buddy Yosha is embedded in the fabric of Indiana, but our story starts with Buddy’s father - Abe Abraham Yosha.
Like countless others seeking a better life, Abe Abraham Yosha set foot on Ellis Island in 1904, having left his home in Monastir (North Macedonia). Despite speaking little English and with no education, Abe managed to start his own business – a small grocery store on the southside of downtown Indianapolis. Driven to share the American Dream with his family, Abe saved the money needed to travel across the Atlantic and bring more of his relatives from their small village in Macedonia - including his brother, Dave Abraham, Buddy Yosha’s uncle and father of world-renowned business consultant, Jay Abraham.
The seeds of Yosha Law were planted as Louis ‘Buddy’ Yosha became licensed to practice law in Indiana. Quickly finding his calling as a trial lawyer, Buddy would develop a reputation for courtroom success against corporate giants looking to leverage their power and take advantage of everyday Hoosiers. The boy from Indiana had started his journey to becoming one of the best lawyers in America.
Through his work as a trial lawyer, Buddy found his name appearing in the newspaper that would later become the Indianapolis Star. Achieving national acclaim, this press never stopped with 60 years worth of headlines in hundreds of publications including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
Buddy became the youngest trial lawyer in Indiana ever inducted into Marquis Who's Who Top Lawyers in America.