Taylor Matichak focuses her practice exclusively on representing individuals injured on the job.

Her father is an ironworker with Local 444, and her mother is an elementary school teacher and dedicated member of the American Federation of Teachers for over 30 years. Her relentless support of workers’ rights began in early childhood after her father suffered traumatic and serious injuries in a construction related accident.  Being a first hand witness to her father’s workers’ compensation claim, opened Taylor’s eyes to the many challenges injured workers and their families face.  It was through this personal experience that Taylor decided to pursue law school with the mission of fighting for injured workers and their rights.

She has dedicated her career to obtaining favorable results for injured workers and their families. Taylor earned her J.D. at The John Marshall Law School, graduating with honors certificates in both trial advocacy and alternative means of dispute resolution. Taylor’s experiences allow her to clearly understand and effectively communicate the needs of our clients.

She truly cares for the injured workers she represents and commits herself to every case with compassion and diligence.