Brandon Abraham Yosha is a junior partner and personal injury lawyer with an impressive skillset at Yosha Cook & Tisch Law. Brandon recently became the youngest attorney ever inducted into the Marquis Who’s Who list of Top Lawyers in America. This honor is bestowed upon those who show great promise and potential and is only given to the most prominent lawyers across the country. When asked what sets Brandon apart from others, he stated, “I take the personal in personal injury lawyer to heart.”
A career highlight took place just five weeks into practice when his father, Louis “Buddy” Yosha, asked him to deliver the opening statement in a jury trial. With the help of his two-hour-long opening statement, the jury returned a verdict of $20.3 million. That verdict became the 12th largest in America in 2020 for all civil cases.
Brandon Yosha began his academic career at the University of Miami School of Business and Lehigh University College of Business and Economics, where he studied marketing. He also lettered as a football player for both universities. Following his undergraduate studies, Brandon followed in his father’s footsteps and obtained his Juris Doctorate from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2019. The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, and National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers, have both recognized Brandon for his early success in the courtroom.
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