Tyler Joseph grew up in Lansing, Michigan and spent most of his childhood playing baseball and exploring the outdoors. He attended Michigan State University’s Honors College and studied in Beirut, Lebanon before attending law school.
Tyler attended Wayne State University Law School as a Dean’s Scholar and received a full tuition scholarship. While at Wayne Law, Tyler was a member of the Moot Court program and worked for the Free Legal Aid Clinic where he provided pro bono legal services to indigent and elderly clients.
After being admitted to the Michigan Bar, Tyler started his career at a prominent products liability firm in Birmingham, Michigan. There, he represented clients who had been gravely injured by automotive, industrial equipment, and consumer product defects. Tyler went on to gain extensive experience litigating a variety of personal injury and civil rights cases in both state and federal court. He has handled cases involving civil assault and battery, police brutality, auto accidents, dog bites, dram shop liability, hunting accidents, trucking accidents, employment discrimination, constitutional violations, governmental immunity, and premises liability.
Tyler is admitted to practice law in both Michigan and Illinois and is also admitted in the Eastern and Western Federal Districts of Michigan. He is an active member of The Michigan Association for Justice as well as the Detroit and Oakland County Bar Associations.