Brandon Salumbides

Brandon Salumbides

Trial Lawyer

Contact Information

Practice Areas

Personal Injury
Wrongful Death
Premises Liability

Education

J.D., Southwestern Law School 2020
B.A., Business Management, Menlo College, 2008

About

Brandon Salumbides represents plaintiff in the areas of civil litigation, including 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. 

Brandon graduated from Southwestern Law School Class in 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. While competing for the honors program, he 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 Pacific American Law Students Association.  Brandon also had the honor of representing his class as the Southwestern Law School Class of 2020’s commencement speaker. 

Prior to joining the firm, Brandon worked as an associate attorney at a personal injury firm in Los Angeles, helping his clients earn multiple six-figure settlements.

Brandon is currently a board member of the Southwestern Law School Young Alumni Association, working to both aid law students as they enter their profession, and help young attorneys leverage their law school connections in their early careers. 

When not working hard for his clients, Brandon enjoys playing basketball, hiking, stumbling upon another great restaurant, and can often be found watching supporting his team – the Los Angeles Lakers.

  • Memberships & Boards
    • Member of the Consumer Attorneys Association Los Angeles (CAALA)
    • Board Member - Southwestern Young Alumni Association ("Nickel Club")