Little Rock, Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers
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Law Firm OverviewWhen people in Arkansas are injured, and they want personal injury lawyers to represent them who care about them as people, they call the husband and wife team of Andy & Tasha Taylor at Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A.
Taylor & Taylor Law Firm is located in downtown Little Rock.
The Taylors strive to provide a unique customer service experience that is focused on achieving excellence in every aspect of their representation. “Our goal is to make sure all of our clients know that we are genuinely concerned about them and the outcome of their case,” explains Tasha Taylor.
In addition to their injury practice, the Taylors have established one of the fastest-growing appellate litigation firms in Arkansas, where they focus on complex civil appeals and family law appeals.
Tasha and Andy have been recognized as two of the Best Lawyers in Little Rock by Little Rock Soiree magazine (2014–2015), as Top Arkansas Attorneys by Arkansas Life magazine (2015), and as Rising Stars on the Mid-South Super Lawyers list (2015).
The Taylors co-author two blogs: the Arkansas Personal Injury Blog and the Arkansas Appeals Blog. The firm also maintains an active presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Year this Office was Established: 2010
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Big Truck Accidents; Hit & Run Accidents; Escalator & Elevator Injury; Dog Bites & Attacks; Work-Related Accidents; Debt Collection; Business Debt; Collecting Judgments; Collecting Business Debts; Collecting Out-of-State Judgments (Foreign Judgments); Collecting on Broken Contracts; Guardianships; Contempt and Enforcement of Court Orders; Annulments.
Areas of Law Description
Our attorneys are experienced at handling a variety of legal matters, including:
- Arkansas Personal Injury Cases
When you have been injured, you should be focusing on your recovery and not the details of your potential legal claims. Our attorneys can help evaluate your situation and determine whether you might have a claim and potential remedy for your injury. We have a passion for helping people in their difficult times.
* Auto Accidents (Car Wrecks)
Our personal injury lawyers can help. Besides helping you cope with the inconvenience of dealing with insurance adjusters, once our personal injury lawyers let the insurance company know that we represent you in your personal injury claim, the insurance company will know that you are not going to simply take their word for what you are entitled to as a result of your personal injuries.
* Slip and Fall Cases
In Arkansas, it is difficult to prevail in a “slip and fall” claim. Because of this, it is absolutely essential that you retain a slip and fall lawyer as soon as possible to protect your personal injury claim. It is vitally important that all of the evidence relevant to your personal injury claim, such as video from surveillance cameras and eyewitness testimony, be preserved.
* Workplace Injuries
Many people believe that if they are involved in an accident at work, they are limited in their recovery to what they are entitled to through workers’ compensation. And many times, they’re right. But in some cases, there are other parties involved that might be responsible for your personal injuries. Independent contractors, third-party suppliers, product manufacturers, or even customers or co-employees are usually not subject to the same liability limits as your employer.
- Arkansas Appellate Cases
Our law firm is experienced at handling appeals in the Arkansas Supreme Court, the Arkansas Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Appellate practice in Arkansas has become increasingly complex. As a result, trial attorneys in Arkansas are frequently turning to appellate law firms, such as the Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, for assistance with Arkansas state court appeals.
- Arkansas Debt Collection Cases
Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A., we work with clients on collecting a variety of debts: business debts; accounts receivables; judgments (including Arkansas and out-of-state judgments); insurance subrogation claims; insurance premiums. Our attorneys are experienced at collecting money owed to businesses.
If you have been promised something that you never received, you might have a potential claim for a breach of contract. Although we commonly think of contracts as written documents, the law also recognizes that contracts can often be formed as the result of an oral agreement. We represent businesses and individuals in a variety of contract disputes.
- Business Litigation
Our attorneys have experience handling business litigation matters at both the trial court and appellate court levels. We will work with you to apply a common-sense approach to solving your business disputes. We strive to efficiently manage your legal dispute from the initial pleadings through discovery, settlement negotiations, and trial in a manner that is both cost-effective and reflective of your goals.
Mr. Andy Taylor
Animal Bites, Bad Faith Insurance, Birth Injury, Brain Injury, Bus Accidents
Mrs. Tasha Taylor
Business Litigation, Car Accident, Debtor and Creditor, Lemon Law, Personal Injury
- Arkansas Bar Association
- Pulaski County Bar Association
- Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
- Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers
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Articles Published by Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, PA
Will My Pre-Existing Condition Prevent Me From Getting What I Deserve From the Insurance Company in Arkansas?
In Arkansas personal injury cases, pre-existing conditions do not always prevent you from recovering from the person who caused your injury.Read Article
Even if you were not wearing your seat belt when you were hit by a negligent driver, you may still be entitled to recovery for your injuries from an automobile accident.Seat Belt Safety.Read Article
An 18-Wheeler Against a Car, Pickup, SUV, Motorcycle, or Minivan is Not a Fair Fight. You know that, but sometimes truck drivers act like they don’t.Read Article
After you’ve been injured in a car accident (or other accident), the first thing you should do is make sure that everyone who needs medical treatment gets it. But once the dust settles, there are four things you should keep in order to make sure that when the time comes, the insurance company pays you what your case is worth.Read Article
Be careful out there! Just because there’s ice on the roads doesn’t mean you’re off the hook if you plow into someone while you’re driving.Read Article