Auto Fraud Attorney
Attorney Murphy recently presented on the topic of arbitrating automobile fraud claims at the 2012 Auto Fraud Conference held on Aug. 3-5, 2012 in Clearwater, Florida. The Conference is hosted biennially by the National Association of Consumer Advocates, a Washington DC-based association of over 1800 consumer lawyers. During his informative presentation, Mr. Murphy provided insight on how to effectively represent car buyers who have been harmed by unfair and deceptive dealership practices in arbitration proceedings.
Attorney Murphy firmly believes that defrauded car buyers should be allowed to present their claims before a jury. With that said, as result of recent adverse decisions from appellate courts on the issue of forced arbitration, many harmed consumers have been required to seek recovery for their damages in an arbitration forum, such as the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). Over his 25 year career, Mr. Murphy has effectively represented many Florida consumers before the AAA and other arbitration providers. In past arbitration and court proceedings, Attorney Murphy has obtained significant recoveries for unfair and deceptive dealership practices ranging from the sale of undisclosed wrecked autos, odometer roll-back and wrongful repossession.
Auto Fraud Attorney Murphy speaks at conference about arbitration practice.