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Growing up, I was such a big fan of the classic version of The People’s Court that at a very young age, I had memorized the opening monologue (“What you are witnessing is real . . .”), and to this day, I can still recite it.  In every episode of The People’s Court, Judge Wapner would walk in and say, “I know you’ve been sworn.  I’ve read your complaint.  You claim the defendant [fill in the blank] . . . .”


 


To me, the awesome part about my job is that I get to “fill in the blank” with my clients’ stories on a daily basis.  You claim the defendant ran a red light, but the defendant claims he didn’t.  Or maybe you claim you were hurt as the result of the accident, but the defendant claims you’re just fine.  Whatever your claim, when I represent you, I get to help you tell your story. 


 


I understand and appreciate that each one of my clients has a unique story to tell.  I think that’s what makes our firm stand out from a lot of the injury firms you’ll see advertising on television and on billboards.  Our boutique injury practice is custom-tailored to present the best case for each client we represent.  There are no cookie-cutter solutions applied to every case.  Instead, we take the time to get to know our clients and to evaluate each case so that we can develop unique strategies for success in each one.


 


My wife, Tasha, and I are law partners.  We have worked together as a great team ever since we met in our first year of law school.  We have perfected our debate skills (on each other) and enjoy working together to help find the best solutions to our clients’ problems.  Tasha and I feel like we have assembled a team at Taylor & Taylor Law Firm where everyone really cares about our clients and is passionate about getting the best result possible in each case we handle.


 


Even though I’m part of generation X, I consider myself to be kind of old school in a lot of ways (I still put two spaces after the period at the end of a sentence and I have a playlist on my iPhone called “Andy’s Hymns”) and I’m a little quirky in other ways (I work at a stand-up desk and I sign my documents with a bold Sharpie).  I’m more Twitter than Facebook, and Instagram is a lost cause for me (I posted one photo last year).


 


When I’m not perched at my stand-up desk, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, posting sarcastic tweets, and watching reruns of The Andy Griffith Show.

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Practice areas

Licensed

  1. Personal Injury: 45%
  2. Appeals: 35%
  3. Litigation: 20%

Payment

Fees:

Hourly ($250-275/hour), contingent (25-35%)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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  • Brandon Michael Haubert

    I endorse this lawyer. Andy is excellent at appeals and is often the smartest guy in the room.

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  • Stefan Kane McBride

    Excellent person. Excellent lawyer. Smarter than everyone else in the room.

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Contact info

Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A.

124 West Capitol Ave.
Suite 1500
Little Rock, AR, 72201-3738

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ARActive200508/27/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Seleccted as One of the Best Lawyers in Little RockLittle Rock Soiree Magazine2015
Selected as One of the Top Attorneys in ArkansasArkansas Life Magazine2015
Selected as a Rising StarMid-South Super Lawyers2015
Selected as Readers' Choice Personal Injury LawyerArkansas Life Magazine2014
Selected as One of the Best Lawyers in Little RockLittle Rock Soiree Magazine2014
Selected as a Rising StarMid-South Super Lawyers2014
Selected as One of the Best Lawyers in Little RockLittle Rock Soiree Magazine2013
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerTaylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A.2010 - Present
AttorneyCullen & Co., PLLC2009 - 2010
Assistant Dean for Academic SupportUniversity of Arkanas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law2006 - 2009
Real Estate CounselDillard's, Inc.2005 - 2006
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
Arkansas Trial Lawyers AssociationMember2009 - Present
Arkansas Bar AssociationMember2005 - Present
Pulaski County Bar AssociationMember2005 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Mainerich v. WilsonSuccess
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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law ReviewFriending and Following: Applying the Rules of Professional Conduct to Social Media2012
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law ReviewAnnual Survey of Caselaw: Constitutional Law2005
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2005
Ouachita Baptist UniversityComputer ScienceBS - Bachelor of Science2002
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Arkansas Bar Association's Appellate Advocacy CLEWriting for Your Audience (Workshop)--Panel Discussion2015
Arkansas Bar Association's Appellate Advocacy CLEPreparing the Brief2015
Successfully Navigating the Appeals ProcessDrafting a Winning Appellate Brief2014
Successfully Navigating the Appeals ProcessMay It Please The Court: Oral Argument Techniques That Get Results2014
Successfully Navigating the Appeals ProcessMaking an Ethical Appeal2014
2014 Back to Basics CLEShould I Appeal and How2014
Law Day ProgramA General Overview of Small Claims Court2012
Arkansas Bar Association Annual MeetingPractical Pointers and Procedural Pitfalls: An Arkansas Appellate Practice Primer2012
Personal Injury CLEThe Top Five Ways to Wreck Your Next Appeal . . . and How to Avoid Them2011