At the Henderson • Taylor Law Firm, we limit our case load to the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice so that we can provide the best possible service to our clients. We are proud that our efforts on behalf of our clients have served to improve their lives when they have been devastated from the fallout from serious injuries or wrongful death cause in automobile accident or due to medical error. We are also proud that our work has helped to improve the quality of health care, air traffic, and air safety in the Southwest Washington region.
The Henderson • Taylor Law Firm was established in 2001 by Paul Henderson, a lawyer in Clark County Washington since 1978. Connie Taylor Henderson joined the firm in 2010. Jordan Taylor joined the firm as an associate in 2013 and became a partner in 2016. The firm remains Of Counsel to The Scott Horenstein Law Firm.
If I am going to be your lawyer, you should know a bit about who I am.
I was born in Washington, grew up in Tacoma and graduated from Stadium High School in 1966. My dad was a city bus driver and my mother worked for the Army at Ft. Lewis as a finance clerk. In 1968 I volunteered for the Army. I went to an NCO school, was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and went to Vietnam. I served in combat units with the 101st Airborne Division. After ten months in-country, I was wounded and sent home.Continue reading
I was raised in a small town in central Idaho, and have lived in the Pacific Northwest my entire life. After graduating from high school, I went to secretarial school and worked as a legal secretary for many years while also taking college classes. I obtained a business degree, summa cum laude, from Lewis Clark State College, and my juris doctorate, cum laude, from the University of Idaho College of Law. I am licensed to practice in both Idaho and Washington state and federal courts.Continue reading
I grew up in Lewiston, Idaho, along the Washington border and the Snake River. Much of my childhood was spent deep in the wilderness of Northern Idaho, hunting, fishing, skiing and hiking.
After high school, I went to a small college in New York, Colgate University, where I double majored in Economics and Chinese Language and Literature. After college, I moved to Seattle and worked in the private sector for two years. Upon deciding that the corporate world was not a good fit for me, I returned to Idaho for law school. Continue reading