I founded AmySue Taylor Co, L.P.A. in 1992 and have successfully handled over 4,000 cases. I hold myself, and my associates, as leaders in the areas of estate, probate, mediation, and injury law. Our work is acclaimed and rewarded by many respected organizations (see below).
My background in medical negligence and wrongful death cases has sharpened my acumen in mediation and litigation. When no agreement can be reached between opposing parties, you need a skilled trial attorney to be on your side.
Influenced by my Obstetrician – father, I began my career as a Registered Nurse specializing in critical care.
I attended Capital Law School and joined Ohio’s largest medical malpractice insurance defense firm where I refined my evaluation, negotiation, and litigation skills. There after, I was recruited and accepted the position of lead attorney on all medical negligence cases at a prominent Columbus plaintiff law firm. During my tenure, my case settlements exceeded $12M.
Areas of Practice:
Capital University Law School, Juris Doctor
The Ohio State University, M.S. Nursing
University of Cincinnati, B.S. Nursing
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Ohio State Bar
Ohio State Bar
American Association for Justice 1989-Present
American Bar Association – former Vice-Chairperson, Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Trial Techniques Committee
Central Ohio Association for Justice
Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association
National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Course Completion
Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers – Member, Negligence Law Committee
Ohio Nurses Association – Council for Practice 2012-2016
Ohio State Bar Associations – Member, Negligence Section
Ohio Supreme Court (Mentoring new attorneys) Columbus (Member: Hospital Law Subcommittee)
Physician-Lawyer Subcommittee, Chairperson 1991-1993
Trial Advocacy Subcommittee
Trial Lawyers College, Member
Women Lawyers of Franklin County
Martindale-Hubbell – Distinguished Attorney Peer Recognition
America’s Most Honored Professionals
Who’s Who in American Law