Attorney Benjamin Taylor’s dynamic legal practice focuses on personal injury, family law, and criminal defense, including death penalty cases.
His views on legal matters have been sought by national media including the Today Show, NBC, Fox News, O’Rielly Factor, CNN, HLN, MSNBC, ABC, NPR the New York Times and LA Times. He is a frequent guest analyst on Phoenix area TV news and talk radio, and has represented celebrities, athletes, and other newsworthy clients.
An Arizona native, Taylor earned his Juris Doctor from the top tier ranked University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the Barrett Honor’s College at Arizona State University.
He has worked for the Pima County Attorney’s Office, the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office, and the Arizona State Legislature.
Mr. Taylor was a Statewide Officer for The State Bar of Arizona Criminal Justice Section Executive Council, and was selected for the State Bar Leadership Institute.
He is actively involved in the Maricopa County Bar Association.
Mr. Taylor volunteers with the Maricopa County Branch of NAACP legal redress committee and mentors through various organizations. He has participated in the Arizona State Bar Pipeline Program and The Arizona State Bar Law Camp which informs elementary and high school students of their legal rights.
Annually, he looks forward to providing free legal advice to veterans at the Arizona Veteran’s Stand-down. He was recognized as an Unsung Hero at the Legislative Leadership Conference and one of the state’s top 35 entrepreneurs under 35 by the Arizona Republic. Mr. Taylor was a 40 Under 40 National Bar Association award recipient and a 40 under 40 Phoenix Business Journal award recipient.
Mr. Taylor is also a member of the State Bar Board of Governors.
Dominic Gomez, a founding partner at Taylor & Gomez LLP, has been practicing law in Arizona since 2006. He practices in Personal Injury, Insurance Law, Indian Law, and Family Law.
Born and raised in Arizona, Mr. Gomez received his undergraduate degree in Finance from ASU. Dominic then went to Boston College Law School, where he graduated with his Juris Doctor (JD).
Mr. Gomez wanted to come back home after law school and serve the people of his State. After law school, he immediately clerked for the Honorable Patricia K. Norris of the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One.
As a former MMA fighter and corrections officer, Jeromy West has seen his fair share of legal battles even before he became a lawyer.
Not only has he been a Corrections Officer in the Arizona State Prison system, he trained and served as a member of the Tactical Support Unit, as a Field Training Officer, Staff Instructor, and a Self Defense instructor.
While there, he gained an invaluable understanding of strategy and found a love for problem solving and strategic thinking that he applies to his career as an attorney.