Sudden Acceleration Experts

Ohio Personal Injury & Automotive Products Liability Attorneys

With over 75 years of litigation experience, we are highly skilled and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys ready to help with even the most complex legal matters. We specialize in automotive products liability, specifically those arising out of sudden acceleration incidents. Sudden acceleration is a dangerous malfunction in a car’s electronic throttle control that can cause the car to accelerate uncontrollably, often causing serious accidents. For more information on the phenomenon of Sudden Acceleration, visit

Pioneering Sudden Acceleration Claims

Mr. Murray is a pioneer in the area of sudden acceleration lawsuits, and is considered the leading authority on the matter (See Article). He and his team have been suing automakers on behalf of sudden acceleration victims since 1994. He has appeared on Dateline NBC and the BBC’s Dispatches program featuring investigations of sudden acceleration. He has won major verdicts against some of the world’s largest automakers and obtained numerous settlements on behalf of his clients.

Knowledge of the Law and Litigation Process

Mr. Murray has recently published a book entitled “Deadly By Design: The Shocking Cover-Up Behind Runaway Cars”. See the Resource Links tab for more information.

Mr. Murray has been practicing personal injury law for over forty years. As a trial lawyer specializing in major litigation, Mr. Murray has handled a wide range of cases in the areas of automotive products liability, commercial, environmental, maritime, railroad, airline and general tort litigation. He has successfully argued in the United States Supreme Court, and in numerous federal and state appellate courts. Mr. Murray argued the groundbreaking automotive product liability case of Jarvis v. Ford Motor Company before a panel that included Sonia Sotomayor, now a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Additionally, Mr. Murray was a lecturer on Trial Practice at Case Western Reserve University School of Law from 1975-1977, and a member of the national faculty of the College of Advocacy, Hastings College of Law, University of California from 1975-1981. He has lectured on a wide range of law-related subjects in thirty-eight states, four Canadian provinces, and the former Soviet Union.

Mr. Murray has also authored two books for trial lawyers and numerous journal articles and produced, directed and moderated 25 educational videotapes for lawyers.