Murphy, Falcon & Murphy Founder and Senior Partner Judge William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr., along with Partner Hassan Murphy, recently shared their insight on the Justice Department’s decision to not pursue federal charges against the six police officers implicated in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, a young black man whose 2015 death in…

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In 2015, there were 513 traffic deaths in Baltimore. Thirty percent of these accidents were caused by drunk driving. Alcohol makes driving more dangerous by impairing judgement and slowing down reaction time. Drunk driving accidents can be prevented and avoided. For others on the road, it is important to know the best ways to avoid…

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There are two general ways in which civil claims of different types can be resolved. This includes personal injury claims. A case can be resolved through a settlement or a judgment in a lawsuit. When considering a personal injury case, there are in fact two different types of settlements that potentially can occur. First, there…

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If you or someone you love has sustained a serious injury, you need to ensure that you are not moving forward alone. Not only are you dealing with the injuries, but you also have to worry about the legal and financial issues you are going to be facing. This means making sure you have someone…

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For those who love motorcycles, there are many advantages to riding through Baltimore. Unfortunately, motorcycle riding remains one of the extremely dangerous transportation forms that are present today in the United States. The victim of a motorcycle accident may often be left with serious and long-term, or even fatal, damage. One of the main causes…

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Yesterday, the Baltimore personal injury lawyers at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy filed a class action lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente on behalf of dozens of former patients of Dr. Bryan Williams, a Kaiser doctor. Our complaint alleges that Dr. Williams, who was fired from Kaiser in October 2014 and had his medical license suspended by the…

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Carlos Deangelo Bell in Waldorf, Maryland has been arrested after accusations of sexually abusing numerous students, who he coached. The story is catching headlines due to the fact that he is HIV-positive. Felony charges have been filed against him for child pornography production and misdemeanor counts for second-degree assault. Investigators are not commenting on whether…

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A Milford Mill Academy special education teacher was charged with recording cheerleaders as they undressed in a classroom. Christopher Clark, 46, now faces one voyeurism-related charge after admitting to bracing his cell phone on his desk, pressing record, and leaving the classroom so the school’s cheerleading team would change into their uniforms. He also admitted…

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Last Thursday, May 4, 2017, a school bus was carrying 48 students to Bailey Middle School when the children heard honking and then began to feel the bus flipping over. The bus had slammed into a car, veered through a fence, and finally toppled over in a vacant lot. According to one child, he saw…

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