Murphy, Thompson, Arnold, Skinner & Castleberry

  • Established in 1956
  • Firm Size 6
  • Peer Reviews

    4.7/5.0 (48)
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About this firm

W. D. Murphy, Jr. (deceased, 1987) and W. J. "Bill" Arnold (deceased, 1969) founded the firm in 1956. This firm evolved over the years into the present law firm of Murphy, Thompson, Arnold, Skinner & Castleberry, which offers a wide range of legal services including civil and criminal practice both at the trial and appellate levels.

Areas of Practice (10)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • General Civil Trial Practice
  • Criminal Law
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Jones Act
  • Maritime Injuries
  • Domestic Relations
  • Real Estate
  • Probate

People (5)

Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Domestic Relations

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0

Personal Injury, Products Liability, Insurance Litigation, Admiralty and Maritime Law, Workers Compensation, Family Law

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0 (2) Reviews

Personal Injury Law, Products Liability, Maritime Personal Injury, Probate, Insurance Law, General Civil Practice, Socia ...

Peer Reviews
4.4/5.0 (5) Reviews

Personal Injury Law, Criminal Law

Peer Reviews
4.5/5.0 (2) Reviews

Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation, Domestic Relations

Peer Reviews
4.6/5.0 (39) Reviews

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