Sam Byrer

We are trusted advisors at Law Offices of F. Samuel Byrer, the trusted advisors, with deep local roots and over 50 years of combined local experience, can help you with any legal matters you're facing. We pride ourselves on our hard work, our personal dedication to our clients, and our reputation in the community.    

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Get to Know Attorney Sam Byrer

Mr. Byrer pays close attention to each of his clients to help them understand their rights. He works tirelessly to help them get fair compensation from the people and companies who harmed them.
 
He received his law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law in 1979, after receiving a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from East Carolina University. While in law school, Mr. Byrer was a member and Head Articles Editor of the West Virginia University Law Review, was the corecipient of the West Virginia University Law Review Award for outstanding contributions, and was a member of the Moot Court Board.

After graduation from law school, he worked for several years as a staff counsel for Columbia Gas, litigating matters in West Virginia, Ohio, Louisiana, Texas, and other states. He then returned to his home town of Charles Town and has spent his career focusing on the legal needs of the members of his community.  
 
Mr. Byrer has obtained multiple seven-figure verdicts and settlements for his clients. He is experienced in handling legal matters related to personal injury and wrongful death law, wills and estates, real estate law, and other areas of litigation. He also served two three-year terms on the West Virginia Lawyer Disciplinary Board. As his mediation practice developed over the past twenty-five years in West Virginia, he obtained advanced mediation training through the West Virginia State Bar.
 
Mr. Byrer is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in West Virginia, as well as the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He's a member of the West Virginia Association for Justice, American Association for Justice, and American Bar Association.

He serves on the board of the West Virginia Association of Justice and the Old Charles Town Library, and is Treasurer of the Zion Episcopal Cemetery Association. He's a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He was recently named a West Virginia Bar Foundation Fellow.
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