Rebecca Taylor

Associate Attorney

Born and raised in Oregon, Attorney Rebecca Taylor graduated from Gonzaga University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Shortly after graduating college, Rebecca moved to San Francisco in 2012 to attend the University of San Francisco School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor in May of 2015. Rebecca was licensed with the California State Bar in May 2016.

Throughout law school Rebecca worked as a law clerk for a plaintiff-side, maritime personal injury firm in San Francisco, quickly developing a passion for helping those who have been wrongfully injured. As a result of this experience, advocating aggressively for clients comes naturally for Rebecca. She is committed to working tirelessly to resolve each case, enabling clients to focus solely on their recovery and get their lives back to normal. Rebecca finds joy working directly with clients, and it is her goal to develop a real connection with each client in order to provide a resolution tailored to their individual needs.

Rebecca loves working for Sally Morin Professional Corporation, as her work here allows her to combine her legal skills and education, with her passion for helping others. In her free time, Rebecca loves boxing, traveling, plants, and spending time with her family and friends.


What’s your role at Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers and what does a typical day look like for you?
I’m an associate attorney at Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers, representing our clients from the start of their case to the end. A typical day usually involves drafting settlement demands, communicating with auto insurance carriers, and discussing various aspects of a case with my clients.

What are you most proud of in your career?
The meaningful relationships that I have made with my clients over the years. Also, finding who I am as an attorney in a male-dominated, cutthroat practice area without compromising my values.

What’s your favorite food?
Kraft Mac and Cheese.

What’s your most treasured family tradition?
Cutting down the tallest Christmas tree we can get our hands on.

Finish this sentence. One weird thing about me most people don’t know is:
I talk to my plants regularly.

What’s your personal motto or philosophy?
Don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today. And don’t burn the candle at both ends.

Erica B., San Francisco

After I was injured post car vs. bike accident, I contemplated representing myself while opening a personal injury case -- but I'm SO glad I didn't go that route! Similar to another review, while I was searching for an attorney, my case was said to have been "small" because I did not suffer any broken bones and wasn't as severely injured as I could've been -- this made me feel like the injuries I did suffer were insignificant and made me lose hope. After initially chatting with Lauren Pietsch about my case, Rebecca Taylor and Carmen Wierenga were assigned to represent me and managed the entire process from start to finish. Rebecca is extremely knowledgeable, attentive, responsive, and genuinely cares about her clients. Looking back on it, I can't believe I was even thinking about representing myself -- there's so much more that goes into a personal injury case than I originally thought, and it wouldn't have been worth the additional stress to deal with just to potentially save on commission fees on top of trying to recover physically and mentally.
Rebecca and team went above and beyond to make sure I felt comfortable and protected, and I'm so grateful for the peace of mind and relief they've given me. These smart and talented women are truly experts in their field, and had my best interest at heart throughout everything. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a personal injury lawyer, no matter how "big" or "small" you feel your case may be.


It is essential to know your rights after a traffic accident so you can protect yourself and the value of your claim.
This guide will help you:

  • 1Know what to do when dealing with insurance claims, police reports and lawyers.
  • 2Avoid making mistakes that undermine the value of your claim
  • 3Put yourself in a position to get the best settlement possible