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Coronavirus Update

The events of the past several weeks have been extraordinary. Staying safe and doing our part to contain the coronavirus are a priority for all of us. At Doran and Murphy we remain committed to serving the needs of railroad workers throughout the country even through these difficult and unprecedented times. To that end, our lawyers and staff are working from their homes to ensure that our railroad clients receive the attention they have worked so hard to deserve. You can be assured that wherever you are, we are here for you too. We are available by phone, email or by video conference to consult with you on any injury or cancer related to your railroad work. Call us. You will receive the same first-rate service that we have always provided. Most importantly at this time, follow the coronavirus guidelines established by the CDC and stay safe.