About Attorney Jerry Taylor
Jerry began his law firm in 2007 and has created a practice focused on the protection of families through estate planning, wealth transfer, elder law and complex personal injury. He has been involved with families and their estates all over the country, giving him abroad understanding of trusts, wills and estates and the problems that can occur from a lack of proper planning. Jerry’s primary goal is to help individuals and families create a custom legal solution that will preserve hard-earned assets, eliminate the headache of probate proceedings, reduce, or eliminate potential family conflicts and capture your wishes in the most efficient way possible. He enjoys developing lifelong relationships with his clients, serving as a trusted advisor to them through whatever legal challenges they may face in life.
Jerry began his career as a court room lawyer and was able to win multi-million-dollar verdicts injury trials and represent thousands of families across the United States in pharmaceutical and nursing home cases. Among other accomplishments, he received the largest nursing home medical malpractice verdict in Alabama, and he represented over 1000 clients in a pharmaceutical litigation matter where his cases settled for $100,000,000 dollars. He now limits the number of injury and wrongful death cases he takes to better serve individual clients.
Jerry received his law degree from the University of Alabama and his undergraduate degree in economics from Samford University. He is a frequent speaker to lawyer organizations around the country, including seminars and gatherings in New Orleans, Las Vegas, Orlando, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Albuquerque, Ketchum, Park City, Vail, Little Rock, and many other cities. In addition to his practice, Jerry is active in local theatre and music on the Eastern Shore and frequently speaks locally on family, wealth and estate planning topics to schools and community groups. Most importantly, Jerry is a husband and a dad. He and his wife, Lisa, are the proud parents of three sons, Boyd, Christopher, and Rob.