Born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama, Taylor Rouse enrolled in the University of Alabama Honors Program, graduating with a major in Public Relations and minors in English and History. Taylor enjoyed theoretical thinking and the logic associated with making persuasive arguments and had a desire to pursue a career in which he could make beneficial changes and consistently deal with new issues. For these reasons, Taylor attended law school at the University of Alabama School of Law, where he participated in the Civil Law Clinic. Rather than just staying in the law library, Taylor actively represented individuals in the Tuscaloosa community, providing them with free legal work even before he actually became a licensed attorney.

Experienced Courtroom Attorney

After graduating from law school in 2014, Taylor joined Conchin, Cloud & Cole as an associate attorney. Since that time, he has garnered a tremendous amount of courtroom experience, thereby building upon the foundation he established through his work with the Civil Law Clinic during law school. Taylor has tried cases to conclusion and been honored to represent clients in lawsuits involving car collisions, eighteen wheeler wrecks, premises liability, insurance coverage disputes, defectively designed products, commercial litigation, breach of contract cases, and workplace injuries.

Taylor particularly enjoys working on lawsuits involving defectively designed products. His legal briefs in one such case recently resulted in the trial court denying a product maker’s motion for summary judgment. Thereafter, the case settled in excess of $1,000,000.00. Taylor has also written legal briefs filed with the Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the Alabama Supreme Court. Taylor is currently the lead personal injury attorney in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court where he is trying to protect the rights of citizens in seven different states.

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