TEXARKANA, TX. (Sept. 29, 2021) – On Tuesday, Sept. 28, Taylor King Law, a personal injury law firm based in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, celebrated the opening of its new Texarkana location with a ribbon-cutting event. Taylor King, founding attorney at the firm, along with members of the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce and the local community, gathered at the new office in celebration of the firm’s newest expansion.
“As a Texarkana native, I’m thrilled to expand into this region of the state,” said King. “We have been providing premier personal injury law services across the south for many years, and now we can provide those same excellent services to the residents of Texarkana and surrounding areas.”
Serving Arkansas and Texas for more than 25 years, Taylor King Law advocates 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. The new Texarkana office enables the firm to further its commitment to being a trusted, local source for legal help representing residents in Texarkana and its surrounding communities in East Texas and South Arkansas.
“Our team is happy to welcome Taylor King Law to our community,” said Mike Malone, president and CEO of the Texarkana USA Regional Chamber of Commerce. “We look forward to working with the firm as we continue our mission to work with local businesses and organizations to build a stronger economy and improve the quality of life in our community.”
Taylor King Law’s 1,939 sq. ft. office in Texarkana is located at 3606 Texas Blvd. Texarkana, TX 75503 and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit TaylorKingLaw.com/Location/Texarkana.
About Taylor King Law
Taylor King Law, headquartered in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, is a team of over 20 attorneys and more than 50 professional staff members who are ready to help. With offices throughout Arkansas and in Texas, the firm advocates 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.