Elizabeth Council has been an esteemed member of the Abel Law Firm for an impressive 26 years. She has a long history with the firm, having worked alongside the founding attorney Ed Abel when the firm was known as Abel Musser Sokolosky. Her transition with the firm to its current name, Abel Law Firm, shows her commitment and loyalty.
Elizabeth’s role as the front desk receptionist is crucial as she’s the first point of contact for injured clients seeking legal assistance. Her ability to make clients feel cared for and at ease during their difficult times is a testament to her empathy and professionalism. Her willingness to assist both clients and team members showcases her dedication to maintaining a support and collaborative work environment.
Beyond her work responsibilities, Elizabeth’s personal interests and hobbies contribute to her well-rounded nature, as she loves sending time at the lake, boating, and cherishing moments with her family and pet Siberian Gusky, Max. Elizabeth’s diverse interests, loyalty, and compassion for those around her are what make her an invaluable member of Abel Law Firm.
Oklahomans across the state have recognized the Abel Law Firm's unique heritage as a statewide institution. Founded by Ed Abel, and today led by his son, Luke Abel, our personal injury law firm has become synonymous with empathy, compassion, and the highest professional performance serving our neighbors. Our family has sought to leave a profound impact upon the State of Oklahoma. We appreciate that former Governor Mary Fallin recognized that dedication when she declared May 1st "Ed Abel Day."
To be named Oklahoma's Best Personal Injury Law Firm is humbling. We are grateful to have won this prestigious honor. We work every day to earn the trust of those we serve: Oklahoma families who are facing some of the most difficulty days of their lives due to the negligence of others. It is our intention and resolve to continue to be deserving of the faith Oklahomans have placed in our family's law firm. Thank you!Get a free case review