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.
Many people, not only in the Rock Hill community, but across the country, are hesitant to pursue a personal injury action even if they are entitled to compensation under South Carolina law. Understandably, going through litigation is not at the top of anyone’s bucket list. Making things even more difficult is the fact that injured […]Read More
If you are involved in an insurance claim or lawsuit involving personal injury in Chester, South Carolina, there are several state laws that could affect your claim. Below, we discuss the laws regarding personal injury in our state and what you need to know. Personal Injury in Chester, South Carolina, and the Statute of Limitations […]Read More
Texting while driving, or distracted driving, has been the cause of many car accidents in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Distracted driving is considered one of the top causes for modern day auto collisions and accidents. It is especially dangerous to text while driving because text messaging tends to take the driver’s cognitive, manual, and of […]Read More
Being hurt in an accident at work can lead to severe injuries that require substantial medical treatment. The last thing you may think of is filing a third-party personal injury claim following a work-related injury in Lake Wylie, South Carolina. But, an attorney can help you with your case. What Are the Third-Party Liability Laws […]
If you have a case for workers’ compensation in Rock Hill, South Carolina, your claim can end in a number of common ways. The award, or rather your settlement outcome, usually depends on whether you will require future medical care and whether or not you have a permanent injury. Below, we look at the most […]