At the Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, we are proud to participate in various community events throughout the year (especially if they involve motorcycles!). We sincerely believe that one good deed can change the world, which is why we strive to support the residents of North Carolina and South Carolina both in and out of the courtroom. Our team is always looking to partake in new and exciting events and charities that support people in need. Despite the rainy and chilly weather, our staff participated in 5 wonderful charity events this December!
Hog Happenin’ 2018 is just around the corner! As the sponsor of this exciting regional bike festival, our team at The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor are more hyped than ever before, especially when we start thinking about all the reasons why you should be at the event. What is reason #6 for coming to Hog Happenin’?
#6 BBQ Competition
Hog Happenin’ is scheduled from June 7th to June 10th at the Hickory American Legion Fairgrounds in Newton, which is no stranger to awesome BBQ competitions. We are going to bring in local BBQ judges to sample the food of the competing teams. It is going to be a food-lover’s dream to see who comes out on top as the best BBQ pit master in the Carolinas!
If you are not going to enter into the BBQ competition yourself, then you will still be able to partake in the incredible BBQ offerings. There will be BBQ vendors selling food, sauces, accessories, etc. Best of all, some of the BBQ competition teams are going to sell the same BBQ the judges will be sampling. Our mouths are already watering!
Attorney Jason E. Taylor of The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor in North and South Carolina has always tasked himself with being the best possible legal representative for our law firm’s clients. With that in mind he was recently sworn into the United States Supreme Court.
Jason and his wife, Andie, traveled to Washington D.C. for the ceremony with a few other attorneys from our Judicial District. It was a true honor for Attorney Taylor and represents an incredible opportunity for him to bring client cases all the way to the Supreme Court, if need be. As part of his trip he also took the opportunity to sit in on a case and hear arguments in Supreme Court, a truly magnificent experience for anyone passionate about the law and judicial system.
Would you like a highly-skilled and experienced litigator for a personal injury claim of your own? Contact our law firm today to learn all about our legal services, case types we accept, and what you should do as a first step towards winning compensation from a liable party.
Hog Happenin’ is a massive yearly event that will be taking place again this summer, June 7-10, 2018, in Newton, North Carolina. This is an opportunity for motorcycle lovers and their friends and family members to come together and have a good time. Attractions will include bike games, bike shows, local rides, barbeque, and four days of live musical entertainment.
At the Law Offices of Jason Taylor, P.C., We Love Motorcycles
Our founding attorney, Jason E. Taylor, is a big-time motorcycle lover and a member of a number of motorcyclist associations, including:
- American Motorcyclist Association
- Bikers and Needy Children Foundation
- Motorcycle Riders Foundation
- Harley Owners Groups in Charlotte and Hickory
Even more than we love motorcycles, we love serving people, and participation in Hog Happenin’ allows us to do just that. The proceeds from this 6-day event go toward the Hog Happenin’ Foundation, which seeks to provide awareness of and relief for disadvantaged members of the community, including:
It’s the time of year to show our support for a local charity. The 6th Annual Bunny Run will occur on March 24, 2018 in support of Sipe’s Orchard Home, a transitional home for children. The Sipe’s Orchard home welcomes children and teens who are neglected, abused, homeless, or those facing behavioral problems. They first opened their doors in 1943, and have since done wonders to help children in the community. Our team at The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C. is proud to continue to participate in events to benefit this charity.
Sponsored by Blue Ridge Harley Davidson, the 6th Annual Bunny Run brings together motorcyclists and community members alike. Participants and attendees are also encouraged to donate toys and other useful items from a specified list. The children and young adults at Sipe’s Orchard Home have made a list of their most wished for items, which is displayed around town and available online.
Last year, our own Attorney Jason Taylor was 1 of 120 individuals who participated in the 5th Annual Bunny Run, and he personally donated a much-needed dishwasher to the Houston Cottage of Sipe’s Orchard Home. We hope you will join us in participating this year as we strive to break the existing participation record.
Using The Litigator app, which you can download for free, you can have plenty of helpful information right at your fingertips. In particular, we have designed The Litigator app to come in handy immediately after being in an accident. (Remember to call 911 if someone has been seriously injured before you use The Litigator or any other app.)
What will you be able to find in The Litigator?
- First, the app tells you what to do if you have been involved in a collision, step by step.
- The app has what we call “legal cam” which allows you to send photos directly to a lawyer in our office.
- The app also has an emergency call button to contact our office. A lawyer is on call. When you call after hours or on the weekend our call service takes your information and emails it to the on-call lawyer who calls you back.
- The app also tells you about upcoming events and locations around the Carolina’s that we are participating in. Catch us at the events to collect your “Gator Stamp” a loyalty stamp program that will get you entered to win a grand prize!
- Finally, the app has both our newsletter and links directly to our website.
Interested in downloading The Litigator? Be sure to look for it in your phone’s app download stores. If you already know you need a personal injury attorney in Hickory, please feel to call (800) 351-3008 and schedule a free consultation. We are always happy to hear from new and returning clients, and you can call us 24/7.
Imagine cruising along on your motorcycle one minute and the next thing you know you have medical bills adding up to at least 1.2 million dollars. That’s exactly what happened to Don Greene, retired from the US Army after 23 years who went on to work at the US Postal Service for 17 years. Now, imagine having to worry about those medical bills from a hospital bed.
Waking up in the hospital three days after being airlifted to Charlotte from the accident sight in Taylorsville, Don and his wife knew they had to seek help. They contacted a friend that they trusted, a retired US Marshall who rides. He immediately threw out Jason’s name. Don’s wife called and Jason Taylor and another attorney from The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor were there the following day. This is Don’s message to you. The following is Don’s story in his words, a 69 year old husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather to a sweet 7 month old baby girl. Don has been a true rider and motorcycle enthusiast since from the age of 16, logging over 340,000 miles. He took his bike with him and enjoyed riding all through Europe while he served in Germany from 1985 to 1991 and has made the Rolling Thunder ride on Memorial Day weekend in Washington, DC 11 times. He’s into NASCAR; his favorite driver is Martin Truex and also enjoys Ice Hockey being a fan of the Washington Capitals in the NHL while traveling to Charlotte often to watch the Charlotte Checkers play. A good guy living a good life with his family, he served his country and retired to enjoy.
“I had gone to Charlotte with my wife on a Thursday as she was attending a training seminar. My friend called and said” you know that rally that we usually go to in West Virginia, why don’t we ride up Friday and return Saturday? “Once I got home I got on my bike to go meet my friend, we made it from Conover to Taylorsville, about 30 mins down the road. I saw a Jeep Cherokee in the oncoming lane waiting to turn with his left turn signal on. I could see the driver looking down either at his radio or at something in his passenger seat. I slowed down from about 45 mph to 35 mph and dropped down a gear as a caution. I saw him start to raise his head up and could tell he was going to make the turn as he gassed it. I tried to avoid it as best I could. The only thing I can guess is when he came up his view of me was blocked by his mirror and window post and he thought he could make the turn in front of my friend who was following me on his bike. Well, there I was, he hit me with the left front of his vehicle as I had almost cleared him, catching my left leg between my motorcycle and his Jeep. The bike went down under the Jeep and I was thrown about 15ft in the air and landed about 50ft down the road face down”.
We are excited to announce that our partner attorney, Jason E. Taylor, has been recertified with the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in the area of civil trial law. This is his 7th consecutive year as a member of this prestigious organization. We are proud to celebrate this accomplishment with him, and look forward to using our experience and legal abilities to fight on behalf of injured clients.
In order to be certified with this organization, candidates must go through a rigorous and intensive screening process. They will be judged on various factors, including:
- Their level of trial experience
- Their judicial and peer references
- Their good standing with the organization
- Their attendance at continuing legal education courses
All candidates must show proof of good standing, legal competency, and extensive trial experience. The NBTA will examine and evaluate all the factors, and select only the attorneys who show a commitment to professional excellence and ethical standards. Board certification is an incredibly high honor, granted to the most experienced, successful, and competent attorneys across the nation.
A 28-year-old hard worker from right down the road in Lincolnton, North Carolina. The father of two young daughters, who enjoys riding motorcycles, cars, being outdoors and on the go. Sounds like your typical young man living a nice life, right?
Well, all that was almost taken away from Mr. Duncan one evening as he left work headed home. This is his story and his message to you.
My name is Dillon Duncan, I’m 28 years old, I’m a Heavy Equipment operator. You know like bulldozers and excavators. The really really big ones, I’m talking the kind that haul 40-100 tons. The kind we played with when we were kids. I have two daughters, one is 2 and my oldest is 8. They are the reason I keep going.
The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor is well-known throughout the Carolinas for being a team of motorcycle accident attorneys who are as passionate about riding as they are about protecting the rights of fellow motorcyclists hurt in crashes. As such, we are always looking for new ways to get involved with our communities, enjoy motorcycle culture, and generally have a great time at motorcycle-related events. January 2018 is shaping up to be an exciting month for our attorneys and staff in this regard.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) Meeting
Attorney Jason E. Taylor – partner and co-founder of The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor – has been invited to an upcoming American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) meeting. It will be held on January 15th, 2018 at the popular LongHorn Steakhouse in Pineville, right near the 51 and 485 Highway crossover. The meeting will discuss various concerns regarding motorcycle safety and how emerging technology is helping save lives and prevent severe injuries. The keynote speaker – Gary Burgess – promises to make the meeting interesting and informative with his unrivaled insight and background in safety through engineering.
If you are interested in attending the AICHE meeting yourself, please click here to visit the official AICHE website and event information.