Located in the Station Xchange, across from City Hall in Richmond Hill, Georgia, the law office of Murray + Adkins represents clients in Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, and Appeals throughout the states of Georgia and South Carolina, and in Federal and Military courts.
Lloyd D. Murray Sr. is the longest-practicing attorney in Bryan County. His aggressive style of representation for his clients and his reputation in the community are unparalleled. Throughout his forty-four-year career as an attorney, he has represented thousands of clients in criminal matters ranging from misdemeanors to death penalty cases.
Matthew D. Adkins is a former US Army Drill Sergeant who served for ten years on active duty and deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he was awarded a Bronze Star in recognition of his meritorious service in combat. He became an attorney to go to trial, and that is his practice focus.
Your case is important to us. Our attorneys are available and offer a free case evaluation to determine your path forward in your legal matters. If you have been arrested, injured in an accident, or have any legal issues, it is important that you receive professional legal advice and act immediately.
Practice opened in Pembroke, Georgia
After serving as the Honorable Judge John Harvey’s first law clerk for nine months in 1977, Lloyd Murray opened his doors on Main Street.
Expanded to Richmond Hill, Georgia
The practice expanded and opened a satellite office in Richmond Hill to better serve the Bryan County Community.
Throughout the state of Georgia
Lloyd permanently moved the practice to Richmond Hill, Georgia, and the firm began taking cases to trial throughout the state of Georgia.
Largest jury verdict in Bryan County
The firm secured a $7 million verdict — the largest jury verdict in Bryan County — and 3rd largest jury verdict in the state at the time.
Rebranded as Murray & Adkins
Lloyd partnered with Matthew Adkins and expanded the personal injury department of the firm to respond to the increasing need for quality legal representation for the people of both Georgia and South Carolina.