Interpretation of laboratory test can be difficult without having the full report and the actual numbers. However let me tell you that every time I see elevated potassium together with elevated liver enzymes
in a generally healthy person makes me think of a "hemolyzed" blood sample, meaning that the blood sample is not good, since the red blood cells have been broken down giving a wrong laboratory result. This can happen if the blood sample was not appropriately taken, if it was not stored at the correct temperature, if it remained too long in the lab before getting tested, etc.
So my suggestion would be to repeat the blood test
to confirm or rule out the abnormalities.