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How It Started

The story begins with a kind-hearted gentleman named José. José was grappling with the loss of his beloved wife, Jessie, who had succumbed to lung cancer. He had only heard whispers of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) and wasn’t entirely sure of its implications. A chance encounter with an article in a local newspaper ignited hope, and José decided to seek legal counsel. He walked into the office of the first attorney he could find who would lend an ear to his story – and that’s when he met Laura Taylor Turner.

The Department of Justice eventually greenlit José’s claim, and from there, Ms. Taylor Turner’s practice took shape, dedicated to helping individuals navigate the complexities of the RECA program and secure the compensation they rightly deserved.

Why Choose Laura Taylor Turner and Her Team?

Laura J. Taylor Turner



About Laura J. Taylor Turner

Laura J. Taylor Turner, originally from the Midwest, has been a licensed attorney in Arizona since April 2000. Her journey with the Radiation Exposure Compensation Program began in 2002 when she recognized the unmet need for legal representation in this field. This realization came as many victims were left without representation and were growing frustrated.

Since then, Ms. Taylor Turner has successfully submitted thousands of claims to the Department of Justice, covering various categories, including Downwinder claims, On-Site Participant claims, and Uranium Worker claims. Her vast network has provided access to historical information from lesser-known sources that is not readily available to the public. Each client’s claim receives personal attention from Ms. Taylor Turner to ensure a swift and efficient process.

Thanks to the strong relationships she has built with Department of Justice staff, clients can be confident that their claims will be prioritized and handled with the utmost care.

Ms. Taylor Turner has been an active speaker on the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) in Arizona. Her expertise has been acknowledged in publications and documentaries, recounting her and her clients’ experiences with the program. In 2003, she addressed the National Academy of Sciences representatives in St. George, Utah, advocating for the inclusion of areas in Arizona, particularly Mohave County, that were not initially covered under the Program. Recently, Ms. Taylor Turner was featured on local Channel 13’s “Progressive Women in Yavapai County.”

Ms. Taylor Turner is available for speaking engagements regarding the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA). If you are interested in booking Ms. Taylor Turner for an upcoming event, please contact our office at (877) 570-0500.

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