LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
Brad & Tyson Wiles
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN SANTA CRUZ
Your Santa Cruz Local Personal Injury Advocates
Righting Wrongs & Helping Others Get Back on Their Feet in Santa Cruz County and Beyond for Over 40 Years
Attorney Brad Wiles (Tyson's dad)
For over forty years Santa Cruz personal injury attorney, Brad Wiles, has been helping individuals involved in personal injury accidents. And while that takes up a lot of his time and attention, he does have a life outside the office and courtroom.
He has been a Santa Cruz resident for over 50 years, and graduated from Cabrillo College, University of California Santa Cruz, and Monterey College of Law. He has been married to his wife Linda for 40 years and has two children and four grandchildren. Linda assists in the office or Wiles & Wiles, so it really is a family affair.
He is also a lifelong surfer and cyclist, and as a hobby chef cooks dinner every Sunday night for his extended family of ten.
Brad and Linda have cycled all over the world including South America, Europe and throughout the entire United States. Brad still rides his bike approximately 80 miles per week, so it should be clear why he’s passionate about keeping Santa Cruz safe by holding the negligent accountable, and why personal injury law is a good fit for him.
Attorney Tyson Wiles
Tyson Wiles is a Santa Cruz local who was born in Aptos, California. He has spent his entire life actively involved in the local community. He attended Soquel Elementary and New Brighton Middle Schools, and graduated from Soquel High School and the University of California Santa Cruz. He was also a Capitola Junior Guard participant as well as an instructor, and worked at the Crow’s Nest Restaurant and NHS in the research and development department. His hobbies and recreational activities include surfing, cycling, triathlons and soccer. That’s Tyson you see shooting the curl.
Tyson’s Legal Education
Tyson graduated from Monterey College of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar in December 2010. Up until that time, Tyson was trained by his father Brad, a triple winner of Santa Cruz’s Best Attorney award and actively worked on Brad Wiles’ cases as a paralegal for three years which helped him deepen his understanding of all aspects of this specialized area of the law.
Since becoming a partner in the firm, he now looks forward to taking his relationship with his father further – from surfing and cycling buddies, to legal partners – assisting his father in each and every case, especially in the litigation aspect of the practice.