Brian L. Taylor

Brian L. Taylor: Attorney with Hall & Evans, LLC
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  • 175 North 27th Street, Suite 1101, Billings, MT 59101
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Biography

Brian Taylor practices in our Billings, Montana office.

Mr. Taylor is a litigation attorney with a historically diverse practice. His practice primarily focuses on civil defense where he has represented clients in a wide variety of cases including bad faith and product liability. He also represents a number of insurance carriers in traditional insurance defense matters. His experience in the product liability field has covered a wide spectrum of self-insured automobile manufacturers and component part manufacturers. His experience representing automobile manufacturer’s includes a three plus week trial in Great Falls, Montana involving a traumatic brain injury.

Mr. Taylor’s litigation defense practice is centered in the field of transportation, insurance, medical malpractice, trucking, municipal entities, and product liability. His experience in traditional insurance defense litigation includes property damage claims, personal injury claims, and larger construction defect lawsuits. Mr. Taylor has participated in numerous trials in both State and Federal Court throughout Montana.

Prior to joining Hall & Evans in 2013, Brian was a partner at Jardine Stephenson, Blewett & Weaver in Great Falls, Montana.

Blog Posts

•Megan Coulter and Brian Taylor Named Members
•Potential Pitfalls for Carriers Regarding Montana’s Obligation to Advance Pay
•Brian Taylor Joins Hall & Evans

Articles & Publications // Presentations // Webinars

Speaker, “Montana Insurance Law,” American Hallmark Insurance, Fort Worth Texas, 2009

Business & Community Service

Former Board Member for the Cascade County Law Clinic, an organization devoted to providing pro bono legal representation to those in need

Career Distinctions & Honors

•Martindale-Hubbell , AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated
•Judge Robert P. Goff Pro Bono Award, 2011
•Served as Special Master for Judge Sandefur, Cascade County District Court, State of Montana

Other Activities

Mr. Taylor enjoys spending time with his wife and two wonderful daughters. In his spare time he enjoys skiing, snowmobiling and soccer.

Areas of Practice (7)

  • Civil & Tort Litigation
  • Design & Construction
  • Insurance Practice
  • Products Liability - Motor Vehicle
  • Public Entity
  • Sports & Recreation Law
  • Transportation Practice

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
Montana State University, B.A., Finance, With Honors, 1994
Law School Attended:
Gonzaga University, J.D., magna cum laude, 1997
Year of First admission:
1997
Admission:
U.S. District Court, District of Montana; 1997, Montana
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Professional Associations

•Montana State Bar Association
•Cascade County Bar Association
•Montana Defense Trial Lawyers Association
•Montana State Bar, CLE Institute
•National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel
•Yellowstone Area Bar Association

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913006489
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