Thomas A. Murphy
Tom has been an associate with Lynch and Lynch since 2010. He is a litigator and trial lawyer who represents individuals and businesses in civil litigation, including the defense of personal injury claims, general liability claims, insurance coverage disputes, and employment litigation. He has tried cases to juries in Massachusetts Superior and District Courts. Tom is admitted to the bars of Massachusetts and Rhode Island as well as the Federal District Courts in both of those states.
Tom's primary focus is the representation of individuals and businesses in personal injury claims. He has extensive experience defending catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims. Tom has defended numerous individuals and businesses in claims involving automobile accidents, premises liability, maritime collisions, fire/explosions, and workplace accidents. While Tom prepares each case thoroughly for trial, and tries many cases, he has significant experience resolving cases in arbitration and mediation.
In his time at Lynch and Lynch, Tom has developed the reputation of handling the cases involving unique circumstances and situations. He has represented businesses and individuals in cases involving defamation, large property losses, negligent security, and negligent maintenance. He has represented insurance companies in coverage disputes and bad faith claims. In addition, Tom has represented companies in employment disputes, including wrongful termination and compensation claims.
Tom graduated from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2009. He is a 2004 graduate of Stonehill College. Before attending law school, Tom was a licensed Master of 100 ton vessels and piloted high speed ferries to Martha's Vineyard and on Narragansett Bay. Outside of the office, Tom enjoys spending time with his family on Prudence Island in Rhode Island, where he fishes and kayaks.
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Stonehill College, B.A.
Roger Williams University School of Law, J.D.
Bar & Court Admissions
United States District Court - Massachusetts
United States District Court - Rhode Island