Hello, I'm Taylor King.

As a native of Texarkana and a past resident of Camden, Hope, Fort Smith, Gurdon and Fayetteville, I am passionate about serving the people of Arkansas. I spent my childhood in southern Arkansas. As a 10th grader I settled on a career in law after realizing my dreams of playing professional tennis might not be realistic.

I first lived in Arkadelphia as a college student at Ouachita Baptist University, left to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law, and returned with my wife Terri in 1986. We’ve been here ever since.

The best part of practicing, for me, has always been working with clients, explaining legal issues to people who don’t have a background in law. I took my first personal injury case in 1992, when a client brought me the stack of letters she had received from personal injury lawyers after she was involved in a car accident. Instead of hiring one of those firms, she asked me to represent her. As I worked with more and more people who had been seriously injured, I realized that many people do not know their rights as accident victims.

Eventually, I started the Taylor King law firm to meet the needs of my friends and neighbors. Our first office was a two-room, 125-year-old building in downtown Arkadelphia.

We’ve grown since then; today we have a team of 17 attorneys and over 30 professional staff members who are ready to help. With six offices throughout Arkansas, we’ve got you covered. We advocate for clients in the areas of car, truck, or motorcycle accidents, slip and fall injuries, nursing home abuse, wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, defective product injuries, and social security disability claims.

At Taylor King Law, we handle your case like a long-distance race, not a sprint. We will always work to settle your case as quickly as possible so that you can get your bills paid and move on with your life, but we will never cut corners or allow the insurance company to take advantage of you. It’s a process, and we are honored to walk through it alongside you. Because our attorney’s fee is a percentage of your settlement, if there is no settlement then there is no fee.

Thank you for letting us be on your side, by your side in Arkansas for over 20 years.