On the eve of trial, Yarborough Applegate secured a $16 million settlement for the parents of a six-month-old infant who died after being improperly placed on his side for a nap at a South Carolina daycare.
Duffy and Dodds hope the first-of-its-kind release will continue to educate the state Bar and Judiciary on the impropriety of written discovery obstruction and gamesmanship by providing a picture of the judicial landscape on those issues across the state.
Several hundred fellow trial lawyers and other legal professionals attended the seminar, including his talk on “Tech-Savvy Tips for Enhancing Case Value & Improving Evidence Presentations.”
Most recently a partner at Moseley Marcinak Law Group and having honed her skills navigating complex insurance defense cases, Early-Soppa brings extensive experience in trucking and transportation litigation to the plaintiffs’ side.
As we close the books on 2023, we wanted to take a moment to recognize the dedicated and passionate team here at Yarborough Applegate, and share some of our longstanding community partners you might be inspired to support this season of giving.
With the holiday party season at its peak, now is a great time to refresh on what everyone should know about safe alcohol service in South Carolina.
This case marks the first time Amazon has tested with a jury the issue of whether it will be held responsible for injuries caused by one of 285,000 drivers it calls independent contractors.
As attorneys for victims of drunk and drugged driving, we are all too familiar with the devastating outcomes of substance abuse. It’s just one of the many reasons we are driven to support the addiction and recovery support nonprofit WakeUp Carolina.
Liam Duffy shares what has shaped him, what drives him, and what he hopes his lasting legacy will be.
Last weekend, Yarborough Applegate rallied in support of MADD South Carolina at the annual Lowcountry Walk Like MADD fundraiser that raises awareness and funds to eliminate drunk and drugged driving.
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.