Taylor Lacy focuses his practice on catastrophic injury, and products liability litigation against diverse corporate defendants.
Taylor began representing Deepwater Horizon oil spill victims shortly after the disaster occurred in 2010, and he has helped victims recover losses through the claims programs established by the two settlements reached with BP.
Taylor also litigates on behalf of victims hurt by defective consumer products, fires and premises liability incidents, catastrophic motorcycle, automotive and trucking collisions, as well as occupational accidents. He recently served as part of a team that secured a jury verdict against SAR Automation, L.P. for $8.8 million in the wrongful death of a worker who fell at a Boeing facility leaving behind a widow and two small children.
As a law student, Taylor served as student research editor of the A.B.A. Real Property, Trust & Probate Journal, received multiple CALI awards and was inducted into the Order of the Wig and Robe. He studied comparative law and history at University College, Oxford, and The University of Virginia, and transnational dispute resolution at Gray's Inn in London. Taylor was a research assistant and student editor for Carolina Distinguished Professor of Law David G. Owen, assisting with the final preparations of Professor Owen's Products Liability Law treatise.
J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law, 2006
B.A., University of Virginia, 2003
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association
Charleston County Bar Association
South Carolina Association for Justice
- South Carolina
Admitted to Practice Before
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas and the District of South Carolina