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Law Firm Opens Lake Wylie Location

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Elrod-Pope Law Firm in Rock Hill has opened an office in Lake Wylie to meet with area clients on an appointment basis. Regarded as one Rock Hill’s most established and experienced law practices, the firm was founded in 1980 by Luke Elrod and specializes in personal injury and accident, workers’ compensation and social security disability matters. In addition to Luke, Elrod-Pope’s partners include Tommy PopeJack LeaderDavid Benson and Harold Staley along with associate attorney, Drew Creech.

The firm decided to open a location to serve their growing client base from Western York County. “For some time, we have seen an increase in our clients coming from this area and we wanted to provide a more convenient location for them to meet with us,” said Tommy Pope, managing partner. “When someone is dealing with a difficult situation like a serious injury, their focus should be on getting better and not worrying about driving a long distance to meet with their attorney”.

The office is located inside the Lake Wylie Chamber of Commerce building at 264 Latitude Lane, Suite 102. “We are so excited about being in the Chamber building. The staff has been wonderful to work with and has made us feel so welcome. We look forward to a great partnership with the Lake Wylie Chamber,” says Tommy.

Office hours are currently by appointment only and clients are asked to call 656-5554 to schedule a meeting or consultation. “We want to create convenience and easy access for residents of this area so we can service their needs on their schedule”, explains Tommy.

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