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Sheridan & Murray Legal Team

Sheridan & Murray is among the preeminent law firms in Pennsylvania and New Jersey concentrating in personal injury and wrongful death litigation.

We help injured victims by pursuing compensation from those at fault. Attorneys Thomas Sheridan and Neil Murray (who have been recognized as top lawyers by Super Lawyers) head the firm, winning major settlements and jury awards in many areas of injury law.

National Recognized for Personal Injury Litigation

The law firm of Sheridan & Murray has been recognized nationally for unveiling sexual misconduct within the Pennsylvania State Police, which resulted in an investigation by the Pennsylvania Inspector General, ultimately resulting in the monitoring of the Pennsylvania State Police by an outside company. Thereafter, widespread changes were incorporated in the Pennsylvania State Police to remedy the misconduct uncovered by the diligent work of our personal injury lawyers at Sheridan & Murray.

The Pennsylvania and New Jersey personal injury lawyers with the firm of Sheridan & Murray have won significant verdicts and settlements that help victims injured in accidents caused by another’s negligence. Lawyers Thomas Sheridan, Neil Murray, Chris Hinderliter and Frank Mangiaracina take pride in providing these victims and their families with the legal representation they need to obtain compensation for costly medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Additionally, as leading Pennsylvania and New Jersey wrongful death lawyers, the attorneys of Sheridan & Murray also help families affected by the accidental death of a loved one pursue financial compensation for their loss.

Contact Us For a Free Case Evaluation

If you suffered a serious injury or the death of a loved one, the exceptional Pennsylvania and New Jersey personal injury and wrongful death lawyers at the firm of Sheridan & Murray can help you receive the compensation you are entitled to under the law. Contact our team today to review your case free of charge.