Taylor is a member of the Saxton & Stump Senior Care, Healthcare Litigation, and Commercial Litigation groups and focuses his practice on the representation of post-acute and long-term care facilities to comprehensively address their regulatory and operational needs while mitigating risk and promoting compliance.
He previously worked as an attorney at the former Dietrich Law Firm, where he assisted medical facilities in maximizing revenues through public benefit programs and other payor sources, while simultaneously minimizing risk exposure to clients.
Before entering private practice, Taylor served as Western regional counsel in the Governor’s Office of General Counsel, where he represented the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services in several areas involving the Department’s operation of the Medical Assistance (Medicaid) Long-term Care Program. In this role, Taylor provided advice to, and litigated on behalf of, the Department’s Office of Income Maintenance, Office of Long-Term Living, Bureau of Program Integrity, Office of Developmental Programs, and Bureau of Human Services Licensing.
Taylor’s significant knowledge and experience in the area of long-term care funding have enabled him to secure fantastic financial outcomes for his institutional clients, often securing full retroactive and ongoing reimbursement for care provided to patients and residents who would have otherwise had no ability to pay.
He earned his law degree from the Duquesne School of Law with a major concentration in civil litigation and a minor concentration in real estate law. He also graduated from the Pennsylvania State University’s Smeal College of Business with a Business Economics degree.