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Murphy Insurance is open to assist you; however, our office locations are closed to all visitors effective March 16 until further notice.

corona virus noticeWe have continued to monitor the news and direction from the CDC and other government officials regarding COVID-19.  Based on guidance from Governor Baker, and an abundance of caution and care for our customers and team, we have decided to close our offices to all visitors until further notice as a precautionary, safeguarding measure. HOWEVER, Murphy Insurance remains open to assist you by email, online and by phone. We will continue to work diligently to minimize disruptions and address your needs.  Please contact your Murphy Insurance representative for assistance or call us at 800-222-8711 or email assistance@dfmurphy.com.

Related Precautionary Measures

With our offices closing to the public, this necessitates two other temporary changes:

Registry of Motor Vehicles Courier & EVR Service Discontinued – We must temporarily suspend our RMV services. We will continue to provide you, by email or postal mail, the necessary paperwork and guidance so that you may go the registry.

Cash Payments Discontinued – With the closure of our offices to public visitors, we are unable to accept cash payments. Please contact us to discuss payment options if you need assistance.

Thank you for your patience.  Visit dfmurphy.com for updates.

Thank you for your patience as we all work together during this time to safeguard ourselves, our families, our customers, our coworkers, and our neighbors.  Please visit our website, dfmurphy.com, for additional updates. The COVID-19 situation is continually changing and may require other precautionary measures. We look forward to the resolution of this crisis and resuming business as usual.


Michael Murphy & Dennis Murphy III

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George Papamitrou last week

we (our family) are customers.
Recently we applied and received a vanity plate and once that was done, our agent asked that we should cancel the old plate which we did. The registry canceled the registrations for both (old and vanity plates) following that online transaction.
We asked your agent to have help reinstate it and they sent your employee to the registry today but the transaction was declined due to lack of understanding (I was told) from the registry's perspective. We aren't blaming anyone, we just want this registration reisntated....Is it anyway someone can help us as we cant drive the car?

Thank you,
George Papamitrou


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