Brandon Salumbides, Esq.


Brandon C. Salumbides, Esq. represents plaintiff areas of civil litigation, including catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, and premises liability. He works tirelessly and creatively to find solutions and resolve cases in order to achieve the best outcomes for his clients.

As a young man, Brandon has always believed in fighting for those who need it. Now as an attorney, Brandon is focused on using his knowledge and expertise to fiercely advocate for his clients, working hard to aggressively litigate cases and help those who have been injured receive both compensation and closure for their injuries. He understands that everyone has a story. While Brandon may have the opportunity to work on many cases, he understands that for each client their case is their story and their only opportunity for justice. He views each case as significant and represents every client to the best of his ability.

Brandon belongs to the Southwestern Law School Class of 2020. During his law school career, Brandon was a member of the Southwestern Law School Trial Advocacy Honors Program where he served as Alumni Relations Chair. Brandon won a national championship at the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice mock trial competition, where he received the honor of Best Advocate. Brandon was also a member and Associate Editor of the Southwestern Law Review. He was a member of the Latino Law Students Association and served as Vice President of the Asian Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.