Bradley A. Yanke
Bradley A. Yanke
Brad focuses his practice on representing accident victims and those injured in the workplace. In addition to fighting for the fair compensation that his clients deserve, Brad enjoys being able to demystify the personal injury process and provide his clients with pragmatic advice and solutions so that his clients can focus on getting better.
Raised in Marshfield, Wisconsin, Brad was happy to return to Central Wisconsin and join Anderson O’Brien in 2013 after practicing in the Appleton area. Since that time, Brad has helped his clients make substantial recoveries, by settlement and jury verdict, for auto accidents, work injuries, big-box store accidents, dog bites and slip and falls.
Brad is a member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice and Attorneys Information Exchange Group, and he was recently elected to serve as Governor for District 7 on the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors, representing Adams, Columbia, Juneau, Marquette, Portage, Sauk, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood counties.
University of Wisconsin-Madison (2008)
Marquette University Law School (2011 cum laude)
Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
Portage County Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors – District 7
Wisconsin Association for Justice
Legislative Task Force Committee
Board of Directors
Big Brothers Big Sisters
“Attorney Yanke’s professionalism, determination, expertise and dedication to our case surpassed any and all of my expectations. Whatever concerns or frustrations I felt during this lengthy process, he eased the concern and frustration by providing answers to my questions with a quick and accurate response. His broad knowledge and experience with automobile insurance and medical law was exceptional. The best service was his communication in keeping us informed on my case. Any questions that we had he answered in a language a layperson could understand. He had determination to fight [for] what he felt was a fair settlement and he didn’t back down.” M.C.