John P. Young

John P. Young

Personal Injury Lawyer

About John:

  • Over 32 years’ experience
  • Board Certified trial attorney
  • Past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of Indiana
  • President of Indiana Trial Lawyers 2016-2017
  • Over 500+ hearings representing Hoosiers before the Social Security Administration


John P. Young has practiced law at Young & Young since 1989. He is an attorney who personifies the meaning of giving to the community. An avid community service leader, Mr. Young dedicates himself to Boy Scout Troop 174 and is currently the committee Chair. Is a member in Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and volunteer coaches many sports organizations, to name a few. Intelligent and driven, Mr. Young graduated from the Indiana University School of Law in 1988 after obtaining a degree in Philosophy from IU in 1985.

Mr. Young is one of only a handful of Board-Certified Trial Attorneys in Indiana. Receiving the certification in 2001, he is admitted to practice in the state courts of Indiana, and practices in the U.S Federal Court as well. He has also gained legal credibility through a variety of experiences such as interning at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in 1987 as well as acting as an Attorney on the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission in 1988.

Mr. Young is an active participant and member in a wide variety of professional legal associations. They are the American Bar Association, the Indiana Bar Association, the Indianapolis Bar Association, the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, (President 2016-2017) the Brain Injury Association of Indiana, the National Board of Trial Advocacy, the ITLA College of Fellows, and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives.

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