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Murphy Falcon & Murphy represents the family of William Green

January 30, 2020

William Green was shot seven times while handcuffed in a patrol car by a Prince George’s County police officer on January 27, 2020. Murphy Falcon & Murphy is seeking justice for William Green’s family, a family that is now grieving the tragic loss of a loved one taken too soon. Media Coverage of William Green’s…

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Personal Injury

December 16, 2019

What Is Personal Injury Law? “Personal injury” is a common legal term used to describe harm to one’s body, mind, or emotional well-being. Personal injury law is the broad branch of law that handles conflicts where one person (intentionally or inadvertently) causes suffering, harm, injury, or unfair loss to another. It is closely related to…

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Murphy Falcon & Murphy Participates in 2019 Paul’s Place Holiday Blanket, Coat, & Food Drive

December 5, 2019

For the 2019 holiday season, the team at Murphy Falcon & Murphy proudly participated in the community blanket, coat & food drive organized by local nonprofit Paul’s Place. At Murphy Falcon & Murphy, we’re dedicated to enacting positive change in our local Baltimore communities. Our commitment to defending justice and helping those in need are…

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Are You a Victim of Medical Malpractice by Dr. Javaid Perwaiz? We’re Here to Help.

November 21, 2019

On November 11th, 2019, CNN reported on the release of a federal affidavit regarding the arrest of Dr. Javaid Perwaiz, a doctor and surgeon from Chesapeake, Virginia. Dr. Perwaiz has been accused of performing unnecessary medical procedures, including full hysterectomies, on patients, sometimes without their knowledge or consent. According to the affidavit, the FBI launched…

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Brachial Plexus Injuries

October 23, 2019

What is Brachial Plexus Injuries? The brachial plexus is a complex system of nerves located between the shoulders and neck. These nerves transmit signals between the spine and shoulders, arms, and hands, making them responsible for much of the muscle function and sensation in these areas. This network of nerves can be damaged when it…

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Cephalohematoma

October 15, 2019

What Is a Cephalohematoma? Cephalohematoma, sometimes abbreviated as “CH,” describes a condition where a layer of blood forms between a baby’s scalp and their skull. This happens when blood vessels on the head are damaged and release blood that pools below the skin. Because this blood is on top of the skull and not inside…

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10 of the Most Common Birth Injuries

September 20, 2019

According to the Birth Injury Guide (a detailed resource for families who are coping with birth trauma), 6 to 8 out of every 1,000 babies are born with a birth injury. This means that approximately 1 in every 9,714 Americans sustains an injury due to medical malpractice or negligence at birth.  Many birth injuries caused…

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Attorney Malcolm P. Ruff named to Baltimore Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” Class of 2019

September 10, 2019

Murphy, Falcon & Murphy is pleased to announce that trial attorney and Associate Malcolm P. Ruff has been selected by the Baltimore Business Journal as a member of their 2019 40 Under 40 honorees. The list, released on August 29th, honors young leaders who have excelled in their industries, and it includes professionals in law,…

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Common Injuries Associated With Car Accidents

September 10, 2019

Getting in a car accident is a very scary situation, whether it’s a small fender bender or a severe accident involving multiple vehicles and people. If you have been involved in an accident, it is essential that you get the care and attention you need in order to rule out any major injuries, especially when…

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5 Things To Know About Cerebral Palsy

August 28, 2019

Most cases of cerebral palsy develop due to damage that occurred before or during birth, but some infants can even develop the condition within the first month after their birth. Before a child is born, there isn’t a test that can determine whether or not a baby has cerebral palsy. If you have a newborn…

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