James R. Murphy, Jr. and John D. Barron, a Law Corporation, is a highly-skilled personal injury law firm, dedicated to our clients, and committed to obtaining the maximum value for each and every case. Our experienced attorneys specialize in personal injury litigation and utilize the top experts in accident reconstruction, biomechanics, medicine, economics, and vocational rehabilitation. Our professional team delivers the time, attention, and knowledge needed to successfully navigate your case.
Our qualified attorneys will pursue your case aggressively while providing a compassionate and thoughtful presentation. We guide our clients through all the legal and financial challenges they encounter following an accident. James R. Murphy, Jr. And John D. Barron, A Law Corporation consistently achieves superb results by meeting and exceeding the objectives for which we are retained.
Our firm has served clients in San Luis Obispo County and throughout California since 1975. James R. Murphy, Jr. has received the prestigious Central Coast Trial Lawyer of the Year more times than any other local trial attorney. John D. Barron has exceptional litigation and research skills as well as an intimate knowledge of the practices and procedures of the insurance industry. Together, Jim and John are recognized as one of the Tri-County’s premier personal injury law firms and are dedicated to providing the quality representation you expect and deserve.
Our main office is located in a historic home built in 1885 in the Village of Arroyo Grande at 221 East Branch Street; two doors down at 211 East Branch Street, you will find our Village Conference Center. In addition to our offices in the Village of Arroyo Grande, our breathtaking Deer Canyon Conference Center is located at 1110 Dear Canyon Lane in rural Arroyo Grande and overlooks the Pacific coastline.
Contact us for a Free Consultation at our main office, your home, on the phone, or on-line. Consultations are free, immediate and confidential. All personal injury cases are handled on a Contingency Fee basis – if there is no recovery, there is no fee.