20+ Year Experienced Personal Injury Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga
Matthew Taylor has been a personal injury lawyer for over 20 years in Rancho Cucamonga, serving the entire Inland Empire. We have dedicated our practice to focusing on Personal Injury & Auto Accidents, Business Litigation, Wage & Hour Claims and Failure to Pay Overtime & Minimum Wages. Mr. Taylor also represents and has acted as a court appointed Receiver over businesses and properties.
Regardless of your legal need, when you contact The Law Offices of Matthew L. Taylor in you will consult directly with either attorney Matthew Taylor or attorney Heather Hamby. We take the time to personally learn the specific details of your case so we can recommend the best course of legal action. We also speak Spanish and are conveniently located within walking distance of Rancho Cucamonga Court.
Car Accident Lawyers Serving the Inland Empire
Personal Injury: Over the last 20 years we have successfully handled hundreds of cases involving motor vehicles, motorcycle accidents, dog bites, construction accidents and slip & fall incidents. In cases involving personal injury, time is a critical component and we'd like to talk about the incident when the details are fresh. Regardless of how your injury was caused, we'd like to discuss your case today.
Car Accidents: Automobile accidents are the primary type of incident we see that causes an injury. The forces of two or more vehicles colliding can have a tremendous force on the body, sometimes injuries can only be detected after a week or more from the day of incident. If you or a family member was involved in a mobile vehicle collision we are standing by to take your call. Call us now at (909) 989-7774 and talk to an experienced Inland Empire car accident attorney today.
Truck Accidents: Commercial & Industrial semi trucks can weigh over 40 tons when under load. When a big rig collides with a 2 ton passenger vehicle the results can be devastating and life changing. We've worked with clients who've had their world's turned upside down when their car was in an accident involving a commercial truck, semi-trailer, public utility vehicle, "over-sized load" big rig and other large trucks.
Wage Claims: Employment law is a large area of civil litigation and we focus specifically on “wage claims”. If you’ve been working below minimum wage, haven’t been paid overtime, provided proper breaks, or have been given requirements by your employer that don’t allow time for meals and breaks you have the right to recover lost wages without fear of punishment by your employer. We are particularly sensitive to cases that involve employees that do not speak English (hablamos Español). Call now and talk to Mr. Taylor to discuss the details of your case.
Business Litigation: Most of the business cases we handle involve contract disputes and business & partner dissolution. If you believe that another party has breached a contract, or you’re a business partner looking to protect your interests, you should talk to a Rancho Cucamonga business lawyer who has the experience to quickly assess the situation and recommend a cost-effective and strategic course of action.
Receiverships: A “Receiver” is a neutral 3rd party appointed by a court to act as a responsible custodian of property involved in a lawsuit. A Receiver might operate a business or supervise construction work on a house or building for the court system. Mr. Taylor has represented Receivers and acted as a Receiver involving family businesses, corporations and residential & commercial properties on over 100 cases since 1995. He is the local “go-to” attorney for Receiverships in the Inland Empire.
Call (909) 989-7774 now to schedule your free, no obligation attorney consultation, we look forward to serving you.
- $26,000,000 for sanitation truck drivers for failure to provide proper meal breaks.
- $3,000,000 for workers when an employer installed hidden surveillance in employee bathrooms and break areas.
- $1,900,000 for workers in a manufacturing plant for failure to provide proper rest and meal breaks.
- $975,000 for delivery drivers who were given assigned shifts that did not provide enough time for rest and meal breaks.
- $3,100,000 for a man with spinal injuries who was injured in a construction site accident.
- $565,000 for a woman injured in an auto accident
- $700,000 for two truck drivers injured in a truck vs. truck accident.
- $450,000 for a woman injured in an auto accident.
Matthew Taylor has been licensed as an attorney in California since 1995.
Heather Hamby has been licensed as an attorney in California since 2004.