Brian Custy is no stranger to hard work, securing his first paying job in rural Colorado after 2nd grade working in grain elevators and maintaining physical jobs through college including drilling water wells, maintaining government wildlife property, and fencing acreage throughout the Rocky Mountains.
He carried this work ethic through undergrad where he studied Civil Engineering while starting all 4 years on the varsity football team. Brian then attended law school where he earned scholarships based on his academic performance and graduated among the top 10 students in his law class.
Following law school, Brian secured a position with a well-known Indiana and Illinois personal injury firm, where he was closely mentored and assisted the firm founder in obtaining a significant verdict in his first jury trial. Brian then accepted a position with Sidley Austin in Chicago, one of the largest and most prestigious international law firms in the world, where he represented major institutional clients including Wall Street investment banks.
Desiring to be closer to his growing family and help people, Brian began representing one of Indiana’s most successful entrepreneurs and his business and personal interests before he founded Custy Law Firm | Accident & Injury Lawyers.
Meet Our Attorneys
Brian was accepted to and attended the prestigious Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College in 2016. The Trial Lawyers College was established by legendary trial lawyer Gerry Spence to train attorneys who represent people and not insurance companies, the government or…
Andrew Brown joined Custy Law Firm, LLC in July 2021. He currently resides in Northwest Indiana. He grew up and attended high school in Portage, Indiana. He then attended Purdue North Central and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of…
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You’re here because you or a loved one are facing problems you did not ask for. We’ll do everything possible to hold those responsible accountable and ease your load. If you or a loved one are a match for our firm and beliefs, we will take the case on a contingent basis. This means we don’t get paid unless you do and there will be no upfront fees or costs paid by you.