Norman F. Taylor, Esq.
Elder Abuse Attorney in Los Angeles
Attorney Norman F. Taylor studied engineering at Arizona State University
as an undergraduate and later attended Glendale University College of
Law. He authored a Law Comment in the Glendale Law Review entitled
Children of Agent Orange (1984) and later served as Editor in Chief of the Law Review (1986). He
obtained his Juris Doctorate and passed the California State Bar in 1986.
His professional affiliations and honors include:
- The National Association of Consumer Advocates
- The Los Angeles County Bar Association
Inclusion in the
Super Lawyers® Edition of 2016
He has served as a volunteer settlement officer for the Los Angeles County
Superior Court. In the private sector Mr. Taylor volunteers many hours
to international human rights efforts. He and his wife also sponsor drug
education speakers in the public school system, and they are themselves
Drug-Free World Prevention Specialists certified by the Foundation for
a Drug Free World and Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca.
Mr. Taylor has appeared on over 60 radio and television programs, including
Access to Justice sponsored by the Pasadena Bar Association, KHSC's
Newsmakers, and other local talk radio shows as an authority on consumer rights.
He has assisted consumer advocacy groups in proposing and securing amendments
to California consumer protection laws to fortify consumer rights.
With over 25 years of practice his firm's litigation accomplishments
have received noteworthy mentions in the
Los Angeles Times, The Automotive News, and theAssociated Press.
Mr. Taylor's firm's victories include thousands of buybacks and
replacements from auto/vehicle manufacturers and in some instances civil
penalties for their willful failure to comply with California law.
To learn more about our firm’s elder abuse assistance, and to put
Mr. Taylor’s knowledge to work for your case, call us in Los Angeles,
at (888) 510-8619.