Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy

Managing Attorney
Workers' Compensation
Representing injury clients takes more than fighting in a courtroom - I'm by their side through a part of their lives when they need someone the most. At Judd Shaw Injury Law, our entire team shares the same passion for helping clients rebuild their lives after a terrible accident and in seeking the justice they deserve.

At Judd Shaw Injury Law, Ryan Murphy serves in dual-capacity as Injury Litigation Practice Chair and managing attorney for our New Jersey Injury Workers’ Compensation group. When clients “Demand Judd,” Ryan’s number one goal is to bring them justice, and he lets nothing stand in his way. He plays a key role in helping clients get the compensation they deserve against big insurance.

Ryan primarily focuses on representing injured workers from a variety of backgrounds throughout the state, including those who have suffered significant spinal injuries, totally disabled individuals, and workers injured as the result of negligence of a third party.

He has obtained total disability benefits for injured workers, as well as treatment, and benefits for workers with various work-related injuries. Ryan’s individual approach to each case allows him to obtain unique results for clients suffering from permanent or catastrophic injuries.

Ryan is a skilled litigation attorney in both personal injury and workers’ compensation. Ryan also maintains a small number of the firm’s high-exposure personal injury cases. A highly effective negotiator with a proven track record, Ryan places an emphasis on providing advice to his clients that is both prompt and honest.

Ryan serves on the firm’s Executive Council. He is chair of the firm’s Client Advisory Group, where he never loses sight of his responsibility to our clients and their families while remaining focused on maximizing their recovery.

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey


  • J.D., Western New England College School of Law, 2010
  • B.A., Siena College, 2007

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