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Brian P. Murphy

1355 Motor Parkway
Islandia, New York 11749


Honest. Empathetic.  Accessible. Experienced. Tough.

Law schools tell students “don’t get involved with your client’s problems”.  Brian takes great pride in doing the exact opposite.  Because he is always accessible to his clients, Brian relentlessly works to assist each client dealing with their catastrophic injuries and the many ways those injuries impact their lives.  Brian’s intense work-ethic and impressive courtroom skills allow him to “show the light” to juries who often look at accident victims with skepticism.  Simply stated, Brian is a tireless advocate for each client he represents.

Recent Verdicts & Settlements:

  • $2,500,000 – Bronx County
  • $700,000 – Queens County
  • $577,500 – Queens County
  • $575,000 – Queens County
  • $375,000 – Nassau County


Prior to joining The RGLZ Law firm, Brian served as the managing attorney for a successful plaintiff’s personal injury firm. Earlier in his career he was an associate at a major New York law firm, where his practice focused in the areas of labor and employment law and civil litigation for a variety of public and private sector clients. He regularly worked with labor unions during collective bargaining, disciplinary hearings, mediations and arbitrations. After law school he served as an Assistant District Attorney in the County Court Trial Bureau of the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office. While a prosecutor, he conducted a substantial number of jury trials to verdict with a tremendous success rate. He successfully tried cases ranging from DWI to murder.


Brian earned his Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law, where he served as Executive Articles Editor of the A.B.I. Law Review. Previously, Brian was a magna cum laude graduate of Boston College, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.


Brian lives in Suffolk County with his wife and 3 sons. He volunteers with for his sons’ little league and soccer teams. Brian and his wife are regular supporters of Island Harvest Food Bank and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.