Personal Injury

Personal Injury

It could take only one second for an accident to dramatically alter the course of your life. Injuries caused by another person’s negligence can be very serious. Brain, spinal cord, neck and back injuries are just a few examples of what someone may sustain. These injuries can also cause significant financial hardships and emotional suffering. At Hall & Navarro we believe your representation in the weeks and months following your accident play an equally large role in determining how much your injury will change you. As you begin your road to recovery, an experienced personal injury lawyer can make all the difference in the type of settlement and the assistance you receive.

Choosing the right personal injury lawyer for your case.

Georgia personal injury attorney Mike Hall has helped many clients just like you who have been injured or hurt by another person’s negligence. Our law firm has a long history of securing the compensation and benefits its clients are entitled to receive. Hall & Navarro is a South Georgia law firm that has handled bodily injury and personal injury claims for more than three decades. We are always willing to fight for our clients to ensure full compensation for the physical and emotional suffering that has occurred.


We have returned to normal business operations. This means we are offering in-person appointments, and we are still offering phone, virtual meetings, and FaceTime appointments to meet your needs. Please call us to schedule an appointment at 912-764-6757 for appointments in our Statesboro, GA office, or 912-754-7078 for appointments in our Springfield, GA office, or visit our Contact Us page on our website to send us a message.

Mike & Martha Hall, Paige Navarro, and the Staff of Hall & Navarro

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