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So thankful I went with Turnbull Law Firm to represent me during my time of need. Will Lattimore went above and beyond during the whole process. He was eager to come to my house when I wasn’t able to travel and made everything so easy. He was always a phone call or text away and made himself available to me easily. He was successful at his job and I highly recommend their law firm and would use them again if necessary.– CLIENT INJURED IN ALABAMA0/0
Attorney Ashley G. Mitchell obtained a $550,000 pre-suit settlement in a municipal bus accident that occurred in Albany, Georgia. It was 100% of the available insurance money available to recover for our clients.
“Nissan acted with reckless disregard for the lives of others,” said principal attorney Brett Turnbull. “It’s only right that Nissan should be held accountable, as their vehicles are still on the road today.” Learn more about this case here.
On October 11, 2019, an Alabama jury returned a $9 million verdict for the family of Hope Johnson in a wrongful death medical malpractice case. This verdict breaks records for Lee County.
“Hope’s death is tragic because it was entirely preventable. We don’t know the exact number of patients seen that day, but it was too many,” according to Turnbull. “Patient well-being, not profits, should be the primary goal of healthcare.”
The verdict is the largest in a Lee County medical-malpractice case. The Johnson family released the following statement: “We are very pleased with the jury decision in the wrongful death case of our precious daughter Hope. We continue to feel her absence every day and pray this decision brings about much-needed change. Our chief desire is that this case will set a precedent that will prevent this from happening to another family or college student, not just in Lee County, but in Alabama as a whole.”
“I truly appreciate the way Alan and his assistant, Nikki, handled my case. My case was very sensitive and emotional, but they never let my emotions turn them off. They handled me gently, with patience, but very firmly on the business side. I’d definitely be calling him first if something else happens in my life.”