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.
When workers get injured on the job, they often think workers’ compensation insurance will automatically cover them for their injuries. This isn’t always the case, though. Your employer may deny you were injured at work, or the insurance company may say you didn’t follow proper protocol and so are barred from pursuing a claim. These […]Read More
The moments after a car accident are important. There are many steps you should take to protect a future car accident claim, so it’s important to know what these are. On the other hand, though, there are also several things you should never do after a crash. If you take certain actions, it could hurt […]Read More
Overexertion causes 35 percent of all work-related injuries and is the main type of injury cited in workers’ compensation claims. Overexertion injuries occur when a person works beyond their physical capacity and places too much stress on their body. These injuries are generally caused by pushing, pulling, and carrying heavy items, typically within the scope […]Read More
If you’ve been injured on the job, under South Carolina […]
The state of South Carolina is an at-will employment state, […]