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Atkins Law Firm | 1931 Bull Street, Suite C, Columbia, SC 29201

Elizabeth Shook

 

Elizabeth was born in Newberry, South Carolina. She was born the day after Saturday Night Live premiered in October, 1975. She has lived in several different places in South Carolina, including Charleston and Spartanburg. She loved living on the Coast but, Columbia has always been her “home.”

Elizabeth brings over 23 years of legal experience to the Atkins Law Firm. Before coming to the Atkins Law Firm, Elizabeth spent 8 years in Charleston handling Workers’ Compensation, medical malpractice and nursing home abuse cases. She has also been a paralegal around South Carolina handling different types of law, including criminal, personal injury, long term/short term disability and ERISA claims. Her experience brings a helpful knowledge that she can share with our clients of what to expect during their Workers’ Compensation claim. She has a passion for helping others in need and it shows every day as she assists clients through the Workers’ Compensation process.

She now resides in Elgin, SC with her husband and 3 boys, ages 14, 10 and 1 1/2. In her spare time she enjoys going to whatever activities her children are involved in and spending time with family and friends.

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Contact us today by email or phone at 803-251-6406 for more information and to schedule your initial consultation.

Are you currently represented by an attorney?
Were you hurt at work?
How did you hear about us?
Where were you employed/working when you had the accident?
How long have you been working for this employer?
What do you do for this employer?
Are you still employed with this employer?
Have you filed for workers’ compensation before?
What was the date of the accident?
How were you injured?
What body parts did you injure?
Have you ever injured this body part before?
Have you been working since the accident?
Do you know who the Workman’s Compensation Insurance carrier is?
Is your claim accepted or denied by the Workman’s Compensation Insurance carrier?
What doctor are you seeing?
Did the employer send you to this doctor?
Have you been released from the doctor’s care?
Did the doctor give you an impairment rating?
Are you currently on Medicare or Medicaid or currently eligible for Medicare?
Have you filed for long- or short-term disability?