About Upstate Personal Injury Lawyers, LLC
We bring over 40 years of litigation experience to each case. This means that when you bring your problem to Upstate Personal Injury Lawyers, LLC, your problems become our problems. We focus on relieving you of the stress of these issues and letting you get back to your life to focus on recovery from your injuries. Upstate Personal Injury Lawyers, LLC, was built on the belief that attorneys should be readily available to their clients while providing honest evaluations of cases, affordable fees, and aggressive representation. We will be outworked by no one, and no one will be more prepared to handle your legal needs. To schedule your consultation, please contact us at 864-686-5500.
Angela E. Frazier
A desire to work hard for her clients is second nature for attorney Angela Elliott Frazier. Inspired by her father, Senator Dick Elliott, who spent 30 years in the state legislature and never missed a day of the session, Angela learned the value of hard work.
“I was lucky to have parents who were great role models,” Frazier said. “Their value system and strong work ethic were ingrained in me from a very young age.”
That work ethic, together with extensive education and work experience, have prepared Frazier to assist families with a variety of legal needs.
After earning her law degree from the University of South Carolina, Frazier practiced in Myrtle Beach before moving to Greenville, South Carolina.
John M. (“Jack”) Read, IV was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from The Citadel in 1991 and from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1994. He is admitted to practice law in South Carolina and Georgia in both the federal and state courts. Jack has successfully litigated personal injury cases for his entire career in multiple jurisdictions.
In addition to the practice of law, from 2007-2016, Jack served as Board President of United Housing Connections (formerly the Upstate Homeless Coalition,) a not-for-profit organization that addresses the root causes of the homeless condition and provides housing and help to break the cycle. Since January 2016, he has continued his service with UHC as a Board Member.