Brian P. Murphy, Esq. of Kamensky, Cohen & Riechelson, devotes his law practice to protecting the rights of abused and neglected nursing home residents throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He has handled hundreds of cases involving a variety of issues including wrongful death, bedsores, falls, medication errors, and physical / sexual abuse.Read More
Mr. Murphy’s years of experience handling nursing home cases has provided him a sophisticated understanding of the long term care industry. The knowledge and skill he has developed overtime often provides him a significant advantage over his adversaries and has proven to be highly beneficial to his clients.Read More
Mr. Murphy keeps his caseload low in order to provide his client’s the individualized attention they deserve. All aspects of your case will be handled directly by Mr. Murphy. From your initial consultation to settlement or trial verdict, Mr. Murphy will keep you fully informed and personally guide you through your legal matter.Read More
Trusting your attorney is essential in successfully litigating a legal matter. The key to trustworthiness is knowing that your attorney will listen closely to your concerns, formulate an effective legal strategy, and advocate tirelessly on your behalf. Mr. Murphy truly values the trust his clients place in him and makes certain to honor it.Read More
Debra M., Camden NJ, former client
When nursing home neglect or abuse leads to death, you have a right to bring a legal action. Brian P. Murphy, Esq. has litigated many nursing home wrongful death actions. You would greatly benefit from his extensive experience and insights. Mr. Murphy will fully investigate your claim and provide all necessary legal guidance while always being sensitive to the loss you have suffered.
Most bed sores are entirely avoidable. If a bed sore develops, it is likely due to neglectful nursing care and you have rights under the law. Brian P. Murphy, Esq. has been litigating bed sore cases for years. He can inform you of your rights and help you hold the wrongdoing nursing home accountable for your loved one’s unnecessary pain and suffering.
Many nursing home falls and fractures and other serious injuries do not have to happen. With proper care and supervision falls are usually preventable. Falls are often an indication of nursing home neglect. Brian P. Murphy has handled many nursing home fall cases. He can quickly help you determine the cause of your loved one’s fall and whether it was a result of negligence.