It can be said that Callie Murphy has oil in her veins, not blood. Callie grew up immersed in the world of drilling rigs and oil patches. Her grandfather, father and brother have all made a living in the oilfields in one way or another, so she grew up with it in her DNA. Before law school, there was almost nothing oil-related she hadn’t seen or done.
As an attorney, Callie brings that experience to each and every case. And not just energy industry cases — the lessons from her family and the drilling industry taught her that planning and efficiency are paramount to success in the courtroom. Just like safety and preparedness on a drilling rig are inextricably linked to the success of the well, her ability to strategize for her clients and resolve their cases quickly and to their benefit are major reasons why clients seek her counsel again and again.
There is no complicated formula to Callie’s success. She approaches every case as a unique challenge that requires its own strategy and solution. She delves deep into every problem, breaking down each obstacle to provide a practical, tailored approach that will have the greatest impact.
Callie’s clients know that she is forward thinking when it comes to her strategies, which means they can focus on their future, not their legal issues. Her practice concentrates primarily on personal injury defense litigation for U.S. and London Market insurers across various classes of business, including energy, marine, construction, aviation, transportation, power generation, private utilities, property, hospitality, directors and officers, and professional errors and omissions, including medical malpractice. In addition to her defense work, Callie also provides advice on complex marine and energy coverage matters. She routinely litigates commercial matters and intellectual property disputes.
Callie has also had the benefit of living and working in London. The combination of London Market insurance knowledge and her oil patch DNA makes her a formidable attorney. With much of her work in both energy and professional negligence coming from England, Callie’s legal practice is a natural fit.
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