Elizabeth A. Burick CO., L.P.A.


Elizabeth A. Burick CO., L.P.A.


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Elizabeth Anne Burick

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Elder Law, Medical Malpractice, Federal Appellate Practice, Estate, Personal Injury

Elizabeth is a lifelong resident of Stark County, Ohio. She is a graduate of The University of Akron with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Scien... (more)

Are you searching for quality legal representation in an estate planning, probate, or personal injury matter? At the law firm of Elizabeth A. Burick Co. L.P.A., you can be confident that you are receiving excellent representation from a highly seasoned attorney who is no stranger to the courtroom. As a lifelong resident of Stark County, I earned my law degree from the University of Akron, School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of Ohio in 1984.

My professional credentials include serving as the past president of the Stark County Bar Association, the past president of the Stark County Academy of Trial Lawyers and as a past trustee of the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers. I am currently a member of the Ohio Bar Association and have had the honor of serving in a variety of civic organizations including the Canton Chamber of Commerce and The People’s Law School among others.

With nearly 30 years of experience working in the Stark County Probate Court and being actively involved in numerous local civic organizations, I have extensive knowledge of Ohio’s Revised Code and know how to use the state’s laws to my clients’ greatest advantage, whether inside or outside of the courtroom.

As someone ready to create a powerful and legally effective estate plan, or as someone who has been given the responsibility of administrating an estate, or as someone who needs to file a personal injury claim to protect their health and their future, you’re going to want to choose an attorney with a wealth of knowledge and experience, which is exactly what you can expect from me and my firm.

Call today to learn more about my fee structure.

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1428 Market Avenue North
Canton, OH 44714


1428 Market Avenue North
Canton, OH 44714

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