Taylor Law is the trading name of Andrew Ross Taylor, who is a Solicitor in Scotland regulated by the Law Society of Scotland.
Our office is at Crescent House, Enterprise Way, Carnegie Campus, Dunfermline, KY11 8GR. Our V.A.T. Registration Number is 301 1715 63.
We are regulated by the Law Society of Scotland and must meet their standards of conduct. These standards can be found at www.lawscot.org.uk.
We are insured under the Master Policy for Professional Indemnity Insurance of the Law Society of Scotland. The insurance is provided by a panel of insurers. The lead insurer is Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Plc. of 200 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5SG. Coverage is worldwide, and limited to £2,000,000.00 for any one claim or series of claims arising out of the same events.
Confidentiality and Data Protection
Taylor Law may process personal information about you, supplied by you or obtained on your behalf for providing legal services, administration, training and/or marketing and may pass it to our service providers and agents for these purposes. When we do this we will always take reasonable steps to make sure the personal information is protected. Taylor Law may also process personal information for any purposes required by law or by our professional regulator (e.g. anti money laundering and evidence of identity checks) and for commercial purposes (e.g. creditworthiness checks, tracing and debt recovery). We may use your personal information to contact you about our services, but you can choose not to receive such material at any time by letting us know.
Otherwise, information passed to us is kept confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties.
We routinely record and monitor telephone and/or video calls, which we may send and/or receive.
Taylor Law is notified with the UK Information Commissioner under register entry number ZA447376.
If you are unhappy about any aspect of the service provided by us, then you should, first of all, take the matter up with our Solicitor, A. Ross Taylor.
If you are still dissatisfied you are entitled to make a complaint to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission. The Commission can be contacted at: