Experienced WV attorneys for business and personal legal matters
A Reputation for Quality Representation
“When was the last time you gave a closing argument to a jury?” This is the question that should be asked of an attorney when selecting legal counsel.
The law firm of Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC has served the legal needs of individuals and businesses in West Virginia since 1988. The firm has more than 70 years of collective experience and is known for providing effective legal representation.
A high percentage of attorneys who claim to be trial lawyers may not have tried a case in years. At Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC, the firm believes successful litigation requires regular courtroom practice and access to qualified experts to support the case. Our attorneys will always seek a fair, out-of-court solution, but when necessary, we regularly try cases to achieve client goals. Preparation is the key.
The firm’s reputation for quality representation and personal service results in many referrals from other law firms in the Morgantown area and beyond. Local defense lawyers, criminal prosecutors, and insurance companies are aware of the firm’s aggressive advocacy and courtroom skills, which often bring them to the negotiating table sooner and with better offers.
William Brewer, Bader Giggenbach, and Stephanie Shepherd strive to be approachable and compassionate to clients experiencing difficult times, and accessible to clients needing urgent legal advice or time-sensitive action.
William C. Brewer
William C. Brewer is a leading trial lawyer in WV. He calls on his background as a business owner as he provides legal counsel to clients in civil, commercial, and criminal litigation.
Bader C. Giggenbach
Bader C. Giggenbach represents clients primarily in employment law, personal injury cases, family law, criminal defense, commercial law, and insurance matters.
Stephanie J. Shepherd
Stephanie J. Shepherd serves clients in medical malpractice, personal injury, insurance defense, domestic relations, juvenile law, child abuse and neglect, and criminal defense matters.