Taylor C. Erwin is lifelong resident of Knoxville and East Tennessee. Following his graduation from West High School, where he captained the swim team and starred in many of the theatre department’s main productions, Mr. Erwin enrolled at Centre College in Danville, KY. Continuing his theater and athletic pursuits at the collegiate level, Mr. Erwin earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy while working at the Norton Center for the Arts all four years. Though he considered law school at the time, Mr. Erwin chose to enter the work force and develop himself personally and professionally. After cutting his teeth as a part of the Clayton Homes team, and with his wife’s encouragement, Mr. Erwin was accepted into the University of Tennessee College of Law.
Mr. Erwin clerked for several distinguished firms in and around Knoxville during his tenure in law school, and, upon passing the bar and being admitted to practice, Mr. Erwin chose to hang his own shingle. After representing the good citizens of Blount County – and supplementing this work as an LSAT tutor and Starbucks barista – Mr. Erwin joined the Banks and Jones family, practicing primarily in the areas of personal injury and general civil litigation. Mr. Erwin has helped guide many clients through the complicated process of litigation and secured ample funds to assist these folks following their difficult accidents.
Mr. Erwin is an animal lover and who adores his family, spending the majority of his free time with his wife, Tiffani, and son, Onyx, along with their fur babies. An avid reader and gamer, Mr. Erwin can often be found relaxing with an obscure biography or PlayStation controller in hand. He loves the theater, both cinema and live, and relishes any chance to re-engage in the performing arts. Mr. Erwin is a fervent supporter of Liverpool FC, finding any excuse to procure additional items of regalia.
Mr. Erwin is a dedicated attorney who will work his hardest to obtain the best results possible for you as his client. Rest assured, with Mr. Erwin guiding, you’ll never walk alone.
- Tennessee, 2019
- United States District Court for the Eastern Division of Tennessee, 2022
- United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2023