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Yosha, Cook, and Tisch Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers

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We are proud to announce that three of our esteemed lawyers here at Yosha, Cook, and Tisch were named the Best Lawyers 2022! Best Lawyers is a website that serves as a resource for finding the best legal talent around the world. It is an honor that three of our own attorneys, Bryan, Rich, and Buddy, made the list for 2022.

The Selection Process for Best Lawyers

The methodology in lawyer selection at Best Lawyers is based solely on peer review. Opinions from leading lawyers are considered within the same geographic location and practice area. Their survey process evaluates attorneys in a meaningful way, based on the confidential opinions of high-quality voters, namely previously recognized Best Lawyers. Those named in Best Lawyers are automatically re-nominated to the next research cycle, then they evaluate other peer lawyers for that cycle, and so on. Recognized Best Lawyers around the world are featured in the company’s regional magazines and partner publications, along with other great benefits.

Our Recognized Best Lawyer Attorneys

Richard A. Cook was named for the first time in Best Lawyers this year. We are so proud of his accomplishments this year and are honored to see him recognized! Rich is an Indianapolis trial attorney and civil litigation advocate who prides himself in representing the best interest of the client with professionalism and respect.

Bryan C. Tisch was named for the third time in a row in Best Lawyers, since 2020. We are glad to see his continued esteemed recognition. Bryan is an Indianapolis trial attorney who focuses on the practice areas of civil litigation, personal injury, and wrongful death.

Louis Buddy Yosha was named in Best Lawyers once again, and has been recognized ever since the first year of publication in 1983! We are delighted and honored to see that he was named another year. Buddy is a personal injury litigation trial attorney that has received a variety of forms of national recognition and acclaim. He is still in practice and also acts as an educator, lecturer, and speaker.

Contact Our Firm Today

For more information about each of our lawyers recognized in Best Lawyers and the rest of our team, visit their bios at by clicking here. To speak to an attorney about your personal injury case, schedule a consultation with us today and we would be happy to provide you with legal guidance and counsel.

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