Sage Morris-Webster


Managing Partner

Sage Morris-Webster has been with the firm since 2000. Sage holds a B.S. from Florida State University and her JD from Stetson University of Law, where she served as Student Bar Association Vice President and President.  In her final year of law school, Sage was the recipient of the Anthony S. Battagaglia Excellence in Leadership Award. The award is given to a student who, in the opinion of the dean, faculty, and his or her classmates, has exemplified outstanding qualities of professionalism and has the greatest promise of becoming an outstanding leader in the legal profession.


Prior to joining Webster Law Group, Sage was an Assistant State Attorney in Orange and Osceola Counties.    Sage proudly served approximately 5 years as a Prosecutor.  While serving, she was known to be tenacious in the courtroom due to her strong dedication to the victims of her cases.  Because of this dedication, Sage was specially appointed to the Domestic Violence Division and later promoted to the Child Abuse/Sex Crimes Special Division.  Her experience at the State Attorney’s Office was invaluable and helped shape who she is as a lawyer and citizen.

At Webster Law Group, Sage specializes in the defense of Personal Injury Litigation. She is a seasoned litigator and continually strives to achieve the best outcome for her clients.  In addition, Sage provides her clients continuing education (special classes) on the current legal issues of the day, which assist them in being proactive in their own businesses to avoid potential incidents.  In her free time, Sage enjoys spear fishing, traveling and skiing. The skills she uses in the courtroom are put to the test in her personal life as she coaches her daughter’s basketball teams. Sage has remained most of her life in Orlando, where she lives with her husband and two children.