Orlando Criminal Lawyer / Orlando Personal Injury Attorney

The Law Office of Charles E. Taylor, Jr., P.A. was established in Orlando, Fl., but also represents clients in Tampa, Jacksonville, and throughout the State of Florida. Orlando Criminal Lawyer Charles Taylor believes in zealously protecting his client's rights. The firm's practice areas include: criminal law, family law, commercial litigation, civil litigation, personal injury, wrongful death, and nursing home abuse.  

In the criminal law area, the firm represents clients at first appearance, arraignment, VOP hearings, and those who have been arrested or are in jail with and without bail bond in the following areas: drug, crack, cocaine, and weapon possession; DUI, domestic violence, felony and misdemeanor.  Contact Orlando Criminal Lawyer Charles Taylor for all of your criminal law needs.

In the family law area, the firm represents clients in divorce and child support cases.

Orlando Personal Injury Attorney Charles Taylor believes that everyone should fight for the benefits they are entitled to.  In the personal injury area, the firm represents clients with all types of personal injuries including but not limited to auto accidents, medical malpractice, dog bites, nursing home abuse, and wrongful death.

Contact Orlando Personal Injury Lawyer Charles Taylor for all of your wrongful death, personal injury, nursing home abuse needs.

"An African American Attorney / Lawyer Serving The Central Florida Community."


Law Offices of Charles E. Taylor, Jr., P.A.
37 North Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, Florida 32801

Phone:  407-244-5997
Fax:      407-614-1600    
Email:   charles@attorneytaylor.com
Website: www.attorneytaylor.com   

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