We call ourselves “team LOJET” for short. “LOJET” is the acronym for Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor and we are a team. Everyone here plays an important role in helping our clients.
While our offices are spread out (Hickory, Charlotte, Concord, NC, and Rock Hill, SC) to serve our clients better, all of us on the team work together seamlessly to help you.
All of us on team LOJET are in constant contact with each other and with you to help get you the results you deserve.
We all work together for you, our lawyers, case managers, investigators, nurses, record and bill retrieval experts, intake specialists, receptionists, or assistant case managers.
We meet as a firm once a week to discuss any relevant changes in the law and to discuss best practices and procedures for handling our client’s cases. We finish each meeting with a team member reading a “remember when” (line from a movie), then a riddle followed by a joke. We all try and guess the correct film, riddle, and joke. The person who was responsible that week then picks the team member responsible for the next week. We do this for several reasons. The work we do can be stressful, and this gives us a minute of lightheartedness, reminds us not to take ourselves too seriously, and actively has us appreciating our team.
The lawyers also meet regularly to “roundtable” cases. If someone has a case that they feel might benefit from the collective wisdom of all the lawyers, they present the case to the rest of the lawyers in the firm, and we discuss all the relevant issues. As the lawyer in the case, it is easy to grow so connected to your client and their claim that you become concerned that you can still give objective advice to your client. The lawyer “roundtable” helps not only keep us objective but may also give creative ideas. A team of lawyers brainstorming over a client’s case can only help the client.
We also believe in giving back to the communities we serve. Every team member at LOJET picks a charity that is important to them, and the team helps support their charity.
Please take the time to browse our Guardian Gator page to see the various charities we have adopted and the community events we participate in.
While our offices are in Charlotte, Hickory, Concord, NC, and Rock Hill, SC, we support communities and projects, and events in various cities throughout the Carolinas. You will find us at events in Gastonia, North Wilkesboro, Durham, Myrtle Beach, and Rock Hill. It feels good to do good, and that is what we strive for in the courtrooms and communities throughout the Carolinas.
We hope that after you look at our website and maybe talk to some folks in your community who you trust that you will call, email, or come in and see us.
If you cannot come to us and you would like to meet we can come to you.
If you need a firm to fight for you in North Carolina or South Carolina, from the coast to the mountains, give us a call. We represent injured Carolinians and those visiting the Carolinas, anywhere in the Carolinas.
Collectively, we have more than a century of combined legal experience helping injured people recover from their losses, and we would like the opportunity to help you.
Talk to us about your case, and let us give you our thoughts. Then, talk to some other law firms. Develop a frame of reference and find who you can communicate with, who you trust and who you think can get the job done for you successfully. We believe that if you do your research and ask around, you will allow us to help you, and it will be a decision you will be pleased you made.
Please take the time to look at the various types of cases we handle. Some areas of practice, like motor vehicle injuries, are common practice areas for lawyers. Like any profession, some lawyers are better than others, and that is one reason we recommend you talk to more than one law firm about your case, so you can better decide who to trust with your case.
You will also notice we handle some areas of practice many other firms do not. Cases involving commercial trucks are very different, as are medical malpractice, premise liability, inadequate security, and unfair and deceptive fraud cases. You need to do more than find a law firm that wants your case. You need to find a firm that understands what it takes to win your case.
We hope you never need an injury lawyer, but we hope you take the time and talk with us if you do. In any case, we wish you and yours health and happiness.