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Billy Murphy Represents Family of Victim Shot by Memphis Police Officer

MPD shooting victim Martavious Banks’ family to be represented by legal heavy-hitters Baltimore defense attorney Billy Murphy, and Memphis lawyer Art Horne have been engaged by the family of Martavious Banks, who was shot and critically wounded by Memphis police on Sept. 17


The Story of Jordan McNair: A Baltimore Tragedy

On June 13, 2018, 19-year-old Jordan McNair passed away as a result of heatstroke during a school football team workout two weeks prior. He was a talented young athlete who played as an offensive lineman for the University of Maryland. Jordan’s family and friends remember his “genuine and endearing smile,” as well as his outstanding work… read more


Murphy, Falcon & Murphy Represents the Parents of University of Maryland Football Player Jordan McNair

Media Coverage of McNair Case Media outlets covering Murphy Falcon & Murphy and the parents of University of Maryland Football Player Jordan McNair can be found here:     Terps booster apologizes for remarks about Jordan McNair that kept him from traveling with team to Michigan Maryland football booster banned from flight to Michigan still supports… read more


Murphy Falcon & Murphy Will Fight for Workers Rights

Today, Murphy Falcon & Murphy and Robbins Geller sent a powerful message to the business community when it sued railroad equipment suppliers Knorr-Bremse AG, Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation (Wabtec) and other rail industry conspirators for entering into agreements “not to solicit, recruit or hire without prior approval, or otherwise compete for employees.” The complaint… read more


Baltimore News: Bus Plunged Off a Highway

On March 13th, 2018, a bus full of 49 people plunged 50 feet into a ravine on a rural stretch of Interstate 10 near the Alabama-Florida state line. The accident killed the driver, Harry Caligone of Houston, Texas, and seriously injured dozens of others – mostly students riding the charter bus home from a spring… read more


Baltimore News: SUV Collides into School, Injuring Students

Several students suffered injuries when a motorist crashed a Jeep SUV into Barclay Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore, Maryland around 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 9, 2018. Official reports say the incident was unintentional and occurred because the driver was suffering a medical emergency behind the wheel. Luckily, no injuries to the driver or students were… read more


Baltimore News: Korryn Gaines Civil Trial

Korryn Gaines, a 23-year-old African-American woman, died near Baltimore on August 1, 2016 after a police standoff at her apartment that lasted for six hours. Her son, five-year-old Kodi, suffered nonfatal injuries in the shooting. Her death has resulted in allegations of police brutality and excessive use of force by the Gaines family and others,… read more


How Medical Malpractice Occurs

Medical malpractice arises when a patient sustains injuries after being harmed by a physician or medical professional who incompetently performs their duties. While the laws on medical malpractice vary from one state to the other, there are some general principles. Here is a brief coverage on the law and rules that apply to medical malpractice…. read more


The Seriousness of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning occurs when this odorless, colorless gas builds up inside a car or home, leading to flu-like symptoms and eventually can result in coma or death. Each year, about 400 people die in the United States from carbon monoxide poisoning, with an additional 4,000 hospitalized. Infants, the elderly, and those with chronic heart… read more


Understanding Sexual Assault At the Hands of a Doctor

Most of us see doctors as confidants who we trust with our most intimate medical problems. We expect them to provide us with the compassionate care and competent skill that is needed to nurse us back to health. What we don’t anticipate is that some doctors might abuse this relationship of trust to satisfy their… read more