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.
If you have suffered a repetitive trauma injury at your place of work, you may be wondering if you can claim workers’ compensation in Chester, South Carolina. Many insurance providers and employers try to deny your benefits if the claim arises from repetitive stress or repetitive trauma in the workplace. Without an experienced attorney, your […]Read More
Stricter laws and increased police patrols are part of an effort to reduce the number of car crashes happening across the country. The South Carolina Department of Public Safety reported 863 fatalities in South Carolina traffic accidents in 2012. The majority of car accidents can be avoided if proper precautions are taken and drivers practice […]Read More
Many South Carolina car accidents are reported to local authorities every day. While many of these crashes only involve property damage, others lead to long-term pain and suffering, permanent scarring and disfigurement, lifelong disabilities, and even loss of life. Unfortunately, there are still many car accidents that shatter lives are the result of negligence or […]Read More
Most workers in Chester, South Carolina, are insured through South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation insurance program. The insurance coverage is provided by employers and is a legal requirement, which they are expected to fulfill as long as they employ four or more persons. Worker’s Compensation Insurance ensures that anyone who gets injured at work will be […]
The American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA) defines medical malpractice as a negligent act or omission by a hospital, doctor, or other healthcare professional that results in injury to a patient. This negligence may be in diagnosis, during treatment, aftercare, or overall health management of the patient in question. The basic concept behind medical […]