Taylor represents injured people through the challenges of being hurt through no fault of their own against large insurance companies with unlimited resources. Taylor's experience in trying cases, handling appeals, and service to his community as well as the legal profession provides him with a unique perspective benefiting all of his clients.
Taylor is the firm librarian, and it combines well with his psychology background. He is uniquely able to identify when defense experts are using medical research dishonestly. His digital editing expertise simplifies complex medical and technical issues to help explain these issues to jurors, which helps clients obtain fair and just verdicts.
State of Arkansas (2010) United States District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas (2010)
University of Tulsa College of Law, Tulsa, Oklahoma ? Juris Doctor May 2009
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas ? Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, May 2005
American Association for Justice Member - 2011-present Arkansas Bar Association Member, Young Lawyers Section - June, 2010 Member, House of Delegates - June, 2014 Member, Board of Governors - June, 2015 Arkansas Trial Laywers Association Member - 2010-present Young Lawyers Section Chair - 2011-2012 Outstanding Trial Lawyer of the Year - April, 2013 City of Arkadelphia Member, Racial Cultural & Diversity Committee - 2012-2017 Ward 1 Director, Arkadelphia City Board of Directors - July, 2016-present Clark County Bar Association Clark County Community Foundation Board Member - 2011-2017 Downtown Arkadelphia Board Member - June 2012-present Leadership Clark County, Class IV Eagle Scout, Troop 24, Arkadelphia, Arkansas - March, 1999