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This is Michel Brady Lynch, lead trial attorney for The Michael Brady Lynch Firm.
On behalf of the attorneys and staff of The Michael Brady Lynch Firm, we are proud to announce the latest addition to the team, Attorney Yvonne Hua!
Attorney Yvonne Hua is first generation Chinese-American and is fluent in both English and Vietnamese. Her parents were refugees from the Vietnamese Boat People era. Dan and Mei Hua were forced to leave their home in Vietnam during the Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979, fleeing Vietnam in a small vessel on the high seas where they encountered Thai and Malaysian pirates, starvation, and involuntary incarceration by the Thai government after reaching the shores of Thailand. They immigrated to the United States when they were sponsored and became a part of the Orderly Departure Program in 1984, reuniting with the rest of the Hua Family in Lake Havasu, Arizona after being separated for nearly five years. Yvonne’s mother still keeps a withered copy of the front page of the newspaper that documented the reunion. Yvonne was born in Los Angeles, California in 1988; two years after her parents became naturalized American citizens in 1990.
With determination and strong work ethic, her family managed to move from refugee status to lower class, from lower class to middle class. When Yvonne was seventeen, she was the leader of the Army program at her high school and was the commander of over 300 teenage cadets. Through her position as Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, she performed color guards at nursing homes for veterans, organized ceremonies, and even managed to perform a color guard for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on live television in 2005. Her passion for honor and justice led her to join the Army straight out of high school and she was awarded a four-year Army ROTC scholarship to attend college.
Yvonne pursued her Bachelor of Science in Criminology at Florida Southern College and was awarded her degree in 2010. Yvonne immediately went on to earn her next degree from Barry University School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctor in 2013. Yvonne concentrates her practice at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm on pharmaceutical mass torts. She is admitted to practice in Florida.
Yvonne discovered her interest in law during an internship at the 10th Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office during her last year of undergraduate studies. She continued to work under the 10th Judicial Circuit for the following three summers while attending law school and gained valuable legal experience with indigent clients. She interviewed inmates at the county jail and assisted with massive discoveries for pending murder trials. Yvonne also participated in the Asian Pacific American Law School Association at Barry University School of Law and was voted into the electoral board as Vice President during her final year.
“I was once a first generation Asian-American female without an identity to call her own. Today, I have goals that are strictly my own, ones that do not involve breaking stereotypes, making my parents proud, or proving my worth to people who didn’t matter.  My work at the Public Defender’s Office reminded me of the ever-present indigent class of American citizens, a class that my family is all too familiar with. The vulnerability and hardship that comes with being financially incapable, paired with language barriers and discrimination, are hard to fathom for those who have never had to live a day without worrying about food and water. I pursued my Juris Doctor degree to bring awareness to the community and to help those who are unable to seek help elsewhere. I am pursuing the American dream that my parents heard about when they finally reached American soil in 1984. I work hard as a soldier of the United States Army to protect my country from foreign threats and I work hard as an attorney to protect my country from itself.”
About the Firm: The Michael Brady Lynch Firm is a trial firm with a focus on pharmaceutical mass tort cases involving SSRI and Anti-Seizure Medication Birth Defects including Lexapro, Zoloft, Effexor, Prozac, Celexa, Paxil, Depakote and Topamax, Mirena IUD, Actos Bladder Cancer, Lipitor diabetes cases, and medical device cases including DePuy Hip and Trans-Vaginal Mesh cases. Contact us today if you or someone you know has experienced side effects involving these products.

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