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Andrew Drew W Creech

Andrew “Drew” W. Creech

Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury

212 East Black Street
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
Ph: 803-599-3080


Andrew W. “Drew” Creech was born and raised in Moncks Corner, SC graduating from Berkeley High School. Drew then attended college and later law school at the University of South Carolina where he met his beautiful wife Ashley. While in law school, Drew served on the editorial board for the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Journal. After graduating, he clerked for the Honorable R. Markley Dennis, Jr. of South Carolina’s Ninth Judicial Circuit in Charleston, South Carolina. Drew was first admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2008.

In 2009, Drew relocated to Rock Hill and joined the Elrod Pope Law Firm as an associate, focusing his practice on Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Cases. In 2010, Drew married his wife Ashley who is also a practicing attorney in Rock Hill. Together they have 3 wonderful children.

In July 2014, Drew became partner at Elrod Pope Law Firm.

Education

J.D., University of South Carolina., 2008
B.A., University of South Carolina, 2004

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

South Carolina, 2008
U.S. District Court, South Carolina, 2010

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

South Carolina Bar Association
Member: since 2008

South Carolina Association for Justice
Member: since 2009

Injured Workers’ Advocates
Member: since 2009

Selected as a Rising Star for 2016

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