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Michael B. Eller

“Abraham Lincoln once said, ‘I do the very best I know how, the very best I can, and I mean to keep on doing so until the end.’ I strive to live by this quote in my personal life and in my representation of our clients.”

-Michael B. Eller

mike.eller@farrin.com

919.287.9321

“Abraham Lincoln once said, ‘I do the very best I know how, the very best I can, and I mean to keep on doing so until the end.’ I strive to live by this quote in my personal life and in my representation of our clients.”

-Michael B. Eller

mike.eller@farrin.com

919.287.9321

five star review badge Former Workers’ Compensation Client, Online Google Review
I would recommend ANY and EVERYONE
I would recommend ANY and EVERYONE who has unfortunately been injured at their job and been treated unfairly to give JSF a call immediately. I had a very unpopular case, and JSF stepped up to the plate and delivered. I'm beyond ecstatic about my outcome! 1
five star review badge Former Auto Accident Client, Online Google Review
I had an amazing experience with James Scott Farrin.
I had an amazing experience with James Scott Farrin. They were consistent and answered all questions and catered to all my needs. Thank you so much. If you [need] any assistance with any accidents, I highly recommend James Scott Farrin for your legal team. 1

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Attorney Michael B. Eller


Michael B. Eller joined the firm in 2021 and has been advocating for South Carolinians for over 15 years. He draws on his experience as both a solo practitioner and a large firm attorney to handle personal injury and workers’ compensation cases throughout the entire process.

After college, Mike was happy to settle into life back in his hometown of Abbeville. But despite working with some amazing people at a dye and finishing plant, he felt a strong desire to help people, so he decided to go to law school. No one in Mike’s family was a lawyer and he didn’t even really know any. Still, he felt that being a lawyer was what he was supposed to do.

It took a little bit longer until he figured out which side of the table he was supposed to be on. Unsatisfied working for the big guys at the insurance company, Mike realized that helping individuals fight the odds and get back on their feet was the only way he felt like he was making a difference:

“When someone has been hurt by another’s negligence, lives can change drastically. Helping people cut through legal hurdles to solve tough problems – and get justice — is a great feeling.”

Mike formerly served as a member of the South Carolina Bar Workers’ Compensation Section Council. He is also a member of the South Carolina Association for Justice and American Association for Justice. Mike’s favorite way to volunteer is coaching youth baseball and serving as a member of the Executive Board for Greenville Little League.

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Licensed in

  • South Carolina
  • Georgia

Practice Area

Memberships

  • Member, South Carolina Association for Justice
  • Member, American Association for Justice
  • Former Member, South Carolina Bar Workers’ Compensation Section Council (2012-2014)

Community & Civic Involvement

  • Executive Board Member, Greenville Little League

Law School

University of South Carolina School of Law
Columbia, SC
2004, J.D.

College

Presbyterian College
Clinton, SC
1999, B.S. in Biology

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