Helping Injured People
Attorneys Licensed in NC and SC
Elrod Pope Law Firm was founded in 1980 by Luther C. “Luke” Elrod. In 1972, following his honorable discharge from the JAG Corps of the United States Army, Luke began eight years of general practice in the upstate of South Carolina. In 1980, Luke returned to Rock Hill, South Carolina and started his own practice, The Elrod Law Firm, focusing on personal injury and workers’ compensation claims. During the ensuing years the firm’s practice expanded and a number of partners, many former prosecutors, joined the firm.
Personal injuries happen all the time to all people in all locations. Compensation can often be recovered for many of these personal injuries, but much of it depends on the circumstances, where it happened, to whom it happened, and who caused it. Generally, all personal injury claims that happen on another person’s properties involve three […]Read More
On April 22nd, we wrote about how many motorists still text and drive even when they know the risks. Cell phones are an incredible distraction, but since the ban on driving and texting in South Carolina took effect in December 2014, only around 2,000 tickets have been written for the offense. According to the South […]Read More
Work related injuries cause tremendous havoc in your life. They can prevent you from working at all, prevent you from performing basic activities of daily living, prevent you from living a happy and productive life, and leave you with a lot of medical expenses in addition to challenges with paying your ordinary bills and buying […]Read More
If you’ve been injured on the job in North Carolina or South Carolina, you probably have some questions about reporting your injury, seeking medical treatment, and filing a claim. At the Elrod Pope Law Firm, our workers’ compensation attorneys get a lot of questions every day about these issues. Below are some of the questions […]
South Carolina Workers’ Compensation laws apply to anyone who works for an employer with four or more part or full time employees (with few exceptions). Workers’ compensation insurance, paid for and carried by your employer, is what will cover you if you experience any kind of work related injury or occupational illness. It is a […]