Bill Brewer – Morgantown Personal Injury Lawyer

Bill Brewer

William C. Brewer & Associates, PLLC

(304) 291-5800

265 High Street 4th Floor
Morgantown , WV 26505

Monday to Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday – Sunday Closed

Bill Brewer

William C. Brewer & Associates, PLLC

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Firm Summary

Legal challenges require top-level experience and skill. That’s why individuals and businesses in West Virginia (WV) turn to attorney William C. Brewer at William C. Brewer & Associates, PLLC. Serving clients throughout the state, William C. (Bill) Brewer provides reliable advice, decades of experience, and guidance grounded in common sense, capably lifting the legal burden from your shoulders.

When someone remarks that “you’re going to need a good lawyer,” then they mean retaining the services of someone like WV trial lawyer Bill Brewer. The reason is quite simple: Brewer is one of the leading trial attorneys in West Virginia, but his background as a business owner makes him an asset to those in the corporate world as well.

Brewer has represented an impressive roster of clients in an equally remarkable number of industries, so it’s safe to say that the Morgantown trial attorney can ably handle nearly any type of case. Individuals and businesses have relied on this depth of experience for nearly four decades and continue to do so with the legal team at William C. Brewer & Associates, PLLC.

Brewer received his education at West Virginia University, earning a bachelor of arts degree in biology (1976). A year later, he earned a bachelor of science in accounting, also from WVU. From there, he attended George Mason University School of Law (now Antonin Scalia Law School) in Arlington, Virginia, where, in 1980, he earned a juris doctor.

Since Brewer’s admission to practice law in West Virginia (1981) and before the US District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia (1981), the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1981), the US District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia (1982), and the US Bankruptcy Court (1989), he has been integral to protecting individuals and businesses in asserting their legal rights or defending against claims or charges against them.