Louis Buddy Yosha, widely known as “Buddy” Yosha, is a personal injury litigation trial attorney with a stellar nationwide reputation among his peers for his courtroom success, prevailing against corporate giants in insurance and other industries. Buddy’s cases have generated national acclaim in well-known national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, Fortune magazine, and numerous others, including legal journals. Buddy has focused his practice on helping those seeking civil justice for physical and financial injury. Representing people from all walks of life, Buddy takes cases on a contingency fee, in an effort to assist the seriously injured who frequently cannot afford representation to recover compensation otherwise. Furthermore, no fee is owed unless a settlement or recovery is made.
Supported by an excellent legal team, Buddy still works hard on his cases to ensure his clients receive the compensation they deserve.
Among many other accomplishments, Buddy is a past president of the Indiana Trial Lawyers’ Association (ITLA) and has spoken in front of many trial lawyers, including attendance of over a thousand people composed principally of trial lawyers. He has chaired and lectured in over fifty seminars as a speaker and moderator and has authored/co-authored dozens of national articles and chapters for textbooks focusing on litigation and personal injury.
Accomplishments and Recognitions
Buddy is the only Indiana trial lawyer listed in all seven editions of “The Best Lawyers in America”, authored by two Harvard Law Professors since 1987, and published by Woodward White Publishing Co;
1 of 7 Indiana attorneys to be inducted into the International Society of Barristers
Martindale Hubbell listing “AV,” the highest possible rating.