Commitment | Background | Education | Memberships
My Practice Commitment:
I am committed to providing personalized attention and service to my clients.
I emphasize making myself personally available to answer their questions
and to keep them updated on the progress of their case. I believe in being
a good listener to my clients and will help guide them through personal
and other issues arising from their injuries. I also believe in a thorough
preparation of their case, including the hiring of experts if necessary.
The client's case will be moved along as quickly as practicable towards the goal of payment
of just compensation for injuries suffered. I sincerely advocate my clients'
cases while at the same time maintaining integrity. This is appreciated
by the opposing side, and I believe this leads to quicker payment for my
clients. Since I restrict my practice to representing injured persons, I
will draw upon my extensive experience to competently and efficiently
represent my clients.
Robert R. Taylor started his litigation practice as a prosecutor in Los Angeles. He then moved into civil litigation with the Los Angeles County Counsel representing Los Angeles County General Hospital in medical malpractice litigation, Judges, and Los Angeles County in injury, environmental and other cases. He moved to Hawaii and continued in civil litigation with the Hawaii State Attorney Generalís office. He was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court and in the 1976 Hawaii legislative session was one of the assistant attorneys for the State Senate majority. He went into the private practice of law and remained in a general and litigation practice until 1991 when he helped start the law firm of Beck and Taylor. At Beck and Taylor he concentrated his practice solely in representing persons injured from medical malpractice, auto and other accidents. In 2001 Mr. Taylor started his own law firm and devotes approximately half of his legal practice to medical malpractice cases and the other half to motor vehicle and other accident cases.
Stanford University: Degree in Mechanical Engineering
U.C.L.A Law School:
Robert R. Taylor is a member of:
American Association for Justice (Since 1979)
Consumer Lawyers' of Hawaii (Since Inception)
Christian Legal Society (Past President, Hawaii Chapter, 3 terms)
Court Annexed Arbitration Program (Court appointed Arbitration Panel)
Hawaii State Bar Association
California Bar Association (former member)
Certification program enrollee
Robert has also been Chairman of many Medical Claims Conciliation Panels