Contact Elizabeth Middleton Burke

Office: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Phone: 843-727-6500
Toll Free: 888-293-6883
Fax: 843-216-6509
E-mail: bburke@rpwb.com

Areas of Practice

  • EzriCare & Delsam Pharma Eye Drops Lawsuit
  • Chemical Hair Straightener Cancer Lawsuits
  • Exactech Knee and Ankle Replacement Lawsuit
  • Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuits
  • Gardasil HPV Vaccine Lawsuit
  • South Carolina Paraquat Lawsuit
  • Paraquat Weed Killer Lawsuit
  • Elmiron Vision Loss Lawsuit
  • Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits
  • Combat Arms Ear Plugs Lawsuit
  • Roundup Cancer Lawsuit
  • Defective Medical Products
  • Drug Injury
  • Wrongful Death and Serious Personal Injury
  • Products and Premises Liability
  • Pharmaceutical Drugs & Medical Devices
  • Talcum Powder Lawsuits
  • Taxotere Lawsuits
  • Medical Malpractice & Pharmacy Liability
  • Nexium Lawsuit
  • Invokana Lawsuits
  • Ethicon Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Elizabeth Middleton Burke Member

Elizabeth Middleton Burke uses the law and science to help people injured by pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices and other medical errors.

Burke proudly advocates on behalf of consumers who rely on the pharmaceutical industry for safe and effective treatments. As a member of RPWB’s pharmaceutical and medical device team, she enjoys the challenge of investigating, organizing and litigating science-based cases for the benefit of clients who were not warned about the serious side effects they experienced.

She was born in Hartsville, South Carolina, and grew up in Lake City. As an undergrad, Burke was preparing for medical school when she decided her academic strengths were better suited for law school. She clerked for the Hon. Paula H. Thomas before beginning her career in pharmaceutical litigation at Suggs & Kelly in Columbia. She joined RPWB in 2003.

Many of the cases Burke works are on behalf of female patients who have been seriously injured by prescription medication. Pharmaceutical cases are inherently complicated and involve defendants with tremendous resources at their disposal. Burke has successfully stood up to the world’s largest corporations on behalf of consumers throughout the country.

In addition to pharmaceutical cases, Burke also accepts medical device, medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury cases.

She is active with the Southern Trial Lawyers Association and American Association for Justice. Burke serves as a trustee of the College of Charleston, her beloved alma mater.

Burke is married and has a daughter. She is a parishioner of The Church of the Holy Cross on Sullivan’s Island and enjoys going to the beach as often as possible.

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