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The Turley Law Firm P.C. - Learn What You Need to Know Before You Sign Any Forms

 “When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S.  I want it straight up, with no double talk. I figure you do also. I always use plain English, with no sugarcoating, no B.S. DBA lawyers talk, no double talk. Just old fashioned, unsweetened, unvarnished truth. Just the way that I want it.” - Bill Turley

I strongly recommend that you research your case before talking to the adjuster, filling out any forms, signing away your legal rights or even hiring one of our DBA lawyers. Our San Diego Law Firm's website has specific information about all of this.

Detailed and Useful Information About Your Defense Base Act or Unpaid Wages Case

My website has detailed and useful information on dealing with adjusters, company doctors, returning to work, recorded statements, hiring the best DBA lawyers, employer traps, insurance company tricks, and more. You can also find information in our archives for Jones Act, Work Injuries, Longshore, Maritime injuries, third party cases, and more.

How to Research Your DBA and Unpaid Wages Case Right Now

We offer the most comprehensive website on Defense Base Act (DBA) Cases  and Unpaid Wages. Because the Defense Base Act actually falls under Maritime Law (it is an Extension of the Longshore Act), we also provide free information about other Maritime Injuries, Jones Act Seaman, Longshore, and Workers' Compensation Our San Diego law firm is 100% devoted to providing consumers and workers useful information to help win your case.

You can start your research off by visiting our Article LibraryVideo Library FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), Blog and Resources separated by Practice Areas.

By Doing a Google Custom Search. 

If you enter search terms into the Google Custom Search box ("Find Answers to your questions by searching here:") at the top of our web pages, you can search our site. For example, if you wanted to research whether you should give a recorded statement to the insurance adjuster, type “recorded statement” into the Google Custom Search box.

If you want to further narrow your search, for example, type, “Defense Base Act recorded statement” or “Jones Act recorded statement” into the Google Custom Search box.

By Calling and Asking Us a Question.

Seriously. If you have a question that you don’t find the answer to on our website, call us at: 619-304-1000. 


By Emailing Us With a Question.

Simply use the Contact Us form on our website or email a question to [email protected]


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“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”