Wesley B. Sawyer
Wesley Sawyer is a Shareholder at Murphy & Grantland. His practice is focused on insurance coverage and bad faith litigation. He represents insurers who provide coverage through personal, commercial and professional liability lines.
Wesley provides efficient representation in state and federal courts in matters related to:
- Insurance coverage
- Accusations of bad faith
- Automobile accidents
- Products liability
- Premises liability
Wesley earned his undergraduate degree from Pfeiffer University in North Carolina before attending law school at the University of Virginia School of Law. During law school, he served a chancellor of the William Minor Lile Moot Court Board and on the editorial board of the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. He also worked as a research assistant at The Center for National Security Law and spent a summer as an extern for the Honorable M. Hannah Lauck, United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Raised in a family of educators, Wesley takes an academic approach to the practice of law by taking complex legal concepts and boiling them down into easy-to-understand ideas for clients and judges. As a result, clients regularly come to Wesley for his guidance on complex coverage matters.
Wesley and his wife, Lynn Ann, have two beautiful daughters and one son, and are active members of Shandon Baptist Church in Columbia. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking and playing guitar and he is an avid North Carolina Tar Heel fan.
Wesley B. Sawyer
Phone: (803) 782-4100 ext 1233
Phone: (803) 454-1233
Fax: (803) 782-4140
Lori Chappell (Paralegal)
Phone: 803-782-4100 ext: 1289
Diane Black (Legal Assistant)
Phone: 803-782-4100 ext: 1262
Pfeiffer University, B.A., magna cum laude, English
University of Virgina, School of Law, Juris Doctor
- Moot Court Board, Chancellor
- Virginia Environmental Law Journal
- Order of the Coif
South Carolina Bar
North Carolina Bar
U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit