Crystal Taylor Esq.
Personal Injury Lawyer
I attended Grossmont College in California for the first leg of undergrad, majoring in forensic technology. I then moved back home to the east coast and attended the second portion of undergrad at Wilmington University on Dover Air Force Base, graduating summa cum laude. I then obtained my Juris Doctor and LLM in US Immigration and Naturalization from Texas Southern University in my husband’s native state of Texas before moving back home to NY.
- Wilmington University, Dover Air Force Base, DE, 2011
- Texas Southern University, Houston TX, JD, 2015
- Texas Southern University, Houston TX, LLM (Master of Laws)
United States Immigration and Naturalization, 2018
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- New York State Bar Association
- New York County Lawyer’s Association
- New York City Bar Association
- Orange County Women’s Bar Association
- Bronx County Bar Association
- New Jersey Bar Association
New York, 2018
New Jersey, 2019
Growing up as a child I was fairly intrigued with old crime dramas of the noirish variety, especially Perry Mason. What I loved the most about the show was the protagonist’s unwavering ethics and moral character amidst the dark and cynical setting of crime in 1950’s Los Angeles. Perry was an oak even in the face of the greatest temptation, and I always strived to be that in life personally and professionally.
The thing I love most about my job is experiencing and giving back to my clients the more human side of the law. The law tends to be black and white and can often times be devoid of much needed human emotion, despite what our better moral inclinations tell us. As such, it is paramount I do my best to help bring balance to the table of that equation.
Restoring my first ever client’s gas after he had already gone through a NY winter without any after the gas company cut the lines from the street to do construction. When they went to turn it back on, they found 2 violations that needed to be brought back to code before they would restore it.
My mother always worked tirelessly for us to be able to go to school, and impressed upon us that we could do anything if we did. I have always held a long and steady draw toward the justice system as a whole, and that interest has no doubt led me where I am today.