High Quality Representation with a Practical Perspective
Located in Salem on Boston’s North Shore, this personal injury and commercial litigation firm provides first-class representation to consumers and businesses involved in a wide range of civil litigation. The firm also has an impressive appellate record, having taken cases on appeal in state and federal courts.
Some of the firm’s cases stem from personal injuries – whether from car accidents, workplace accidents, or involving particular products – and the firm has successfully tried to verdict (or settled on favorable terms) claims resulting in catastrophic injuries, serious burns, or death. We also have a history of having defended many of the same kinds of cases on behalf of various entities. Many of them have been airlines and other aviation-related clients, in addition to manufacturers and other businesses.
Mr. Murphy’s office has a wide range of experience with personal injury claims of all kinds including car accidents, boat accidents, landlord-tenant disputes, burn incidents, defective machines, slip and fall, porch and roof collapses, lead paint, dog bites, obstacle courses, carnival rides, high voltage power lines, fires, construction sites, elevator maintenance, car rental contracts, hydraulic liftgates, industrial equipment, loading docks, fence rollers, road and intersection design, alcohol-fueled altercations. Contact the firm at TRMurphy@trmlaw.net.
The principal at the Salem, MA Law Offices Thomas R. Murphy has briefed and argued cases at all levels of state and federal courts, though he has briefed but not yet argued in the Supreme Court of the United States. An active member of the Amicus Committee of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys since 2006 and Chair since 2013, he has been the principle author of amicus briefs in many cases. A proprietor of the Social Law Library and elected as a Town Moderator, he is a member of the Essex County and Massachusetts Bar Associations and has been inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates.