John Roxon has practiced law for more than 27 years. During that time, his practice has concentrated on representing injured people, both those injured on the job and because of the negligence of others. He has also handled cases involving insurance disputes and bad faith refusal to pay insurance benefits to policyholders.
After law school, Mr. Roxon served as law clerk to the Honorable Graydon S. McKee Ill, the Chief Administrative Judge for the Seventh Judicial Circuit in Maryland. After moving to South Carolina, Mr. Roxon worked for a large personal injury firm in Charleston, handling many workers compensation, auto wreck and other injury claims. Later, he ran his own practice for 10 years, until joining the Joye Law Firm and opening the firm’s Myrtle Beach office in 2009.