In South Carolina, insurance coverage is a necessary part of life—from home to auto, life to long-term care. We take out policies and work hard to pay our monthly premiums, trusting that should we need to file a claim, our insurer will be there for us. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.
As Neighbors Together celebrates its 40th birthday this week, Yarborough Applegate continues its support of the social service organization by serving as the presenting sponsor of a community Birthday Bash.
The ’93 and ’98 Bulls. The ’00s Yankees. The ’02 Lakers. Last month, Yarborough Applegate secured a place in the sports history books among the most esteemed of company: three-peat champs.
Recently, Shene Hawk published an article that lets fellow paralegals in on some of the key trial prep lessons she has learned over the years.
South Carolina Association for Justice’s 2023 Annual Convention brought trial attorneys from across the state together for three days of legal seminars and professional networking on Hilton Head Island.
In the inevitable frenzy leading up to and during trial, paralegals play many important roles—chief among them a critical source of calm in the chaos.
Legislation currently pending before South Carolina’s General Assembly would fundamentally alter our state’s civil justice system and make it harder for innocent victims to pursue justice and be made whole. Our firm is closely watching Senate Bill 533, and in the most recent issue of SCAJ’s Justice Bulletin, Yarborough Applegate attorney Perry Buckner explores what it means for victims.
At Yarborough Applegate, it’s our job to ensure our audiences can truly understand and empathize with our client’s plight. In doing so, one of the greatest tools at our disposal is technology.
Attorney David Lail presented the 2023 Dram Shop Justice Award at last week’s Law Enforcement Recognition Dinner and Training Symposium.
When it comes to accident litigation, the differences between car and truck wreck cases can be significant.
We are thrilled to announce that Liam Duffy was named the South Carolina Bar’s 2022–2023 Young Lawyer of the Year, which recognizes dedication and service to the legal profession and their community.
The list, compiled each year by Super Lawyers magazine, honors attorneys via a patented multiphase selection process. It recognizes a mere 5 percent of attorneys in each state.