Josh T. Martin is a Partner at Lewis And Wilkins LLP. Josh focuses his practice on complex construction, premises liability, and serious motor vehicle accidents. He often represents clients who have been named in catastrophic accidents, including transportation and construction matters concerning claims of negligent construction, design, and maintenance matters.
Throughout his practice, Josh has tried numerous bench and jury cases to verdict across the State of Indiana, with the vast majority resulting in defense verdicts on behalf of his clients. Some of his recent jury trial wins include: a wrongful death roadway design case in Johnson County, a wrongful death and personal injury roadway signage case in Marion County, a wrongful death roadway maintenance case in Lake County, a pedestrian/motor vehicle accident resulting in a traumatic brain injury in Monroe County, a claim based on a negligently designed roadway resulting in a traumatic brain injury in Allen County, a claim for a negligently maintained roadway resulting in a traumatic brain injury in Monroe County, a roadside maintenance accident resulting in bodily harm in Morgan County, and a trucking accident resulting in bodily harm in Clay County. For 2021 and 2022, Josh has been named a Rising Star by Super Lawyer magazine, which is reserved for the top 2.5% of lawyers in his peer-group.
Josh is originally from Munster, IN. He currently resides in Zionsville with his wife and four children. Josh is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana, the Northern District of Indiana, and the Southern District of Indiana. Josh also serves on various local boards.
He received a Bachelors of Science from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management, majoring in both Accounting and Management and minoring in Finance. Josh graduated with honors from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2011, earning cum laude distinction. During law school, he was also named to the Dean’s List and was a member of the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review.