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About

Scott TaylorF. Scott Taylor is the founding Partner of the Taylor Law Firm. Scott manages a legal practice specializing in wide array of accident, casualty and personal injury matters. Scott is a native of St. John’s, Newfoundland and attended Memorial University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Military History. He then attended Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he obtained his Bachelor of Laws. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2003.

Scott has devoted the last 3 years of his practice exclusively to representing the victims of accidents and other incidents giving rise to personal injuries. He is well versed in the strategies and tactics of insurance companies having worked the majority of his career as defence counsel for one Canada’s largest home and automobile insurers as well as at two Toronto insurance defence litigation firms widely recognized in the industry as being the best in Canada.

Scott has a broad range of experience in a variety of insurance litigation matters including first party claims for

Statutory Accident Benefits and third party motor vehicle accident claims. His practice also includes a wide variety of causalty, liquor liability, product liability, medical malpractice, priority and loss transfer disputes, subrogation, coverage and property damage claims.

Scott has conducted numerous pre-hearings, pre-trials and mediations. He has independently conducted jury trials and arbitrations before the Superior Court of Justice and the Financial Service Commission of Ontario. Scott is pleased to bring that depth of experience to bear on his opponents to recover the maximum recoverable compensation for his clients.

Scott would be pleased to speak with you directly about your case. Please call 1-647-478-497 or E-Mail info@taylorlawfirm.ca for your free consultation and case assessment today. Home or Hospital visits will be gladly made for your convienience.