This hard-earned outcome highlights our firm’s commitment to the rights of immigrant workers who are injured at the hands of negligent employers and third parties.
After a North Charleston man was killed when he fell approximately 60 feet from an elevator he was working on at Holcim cement plant in Holly Hill, South Carolina, Yarborough Applegate attorneys helped his estate settle wrongful death and negligence claims for $20 million.
A mechanic at a Pee Dee region manufacturing plant lost his fingers after a press machine crushed and burned his hand while he was attempting to find an air leak.
Following major layoffs at the VC Summer Nuclear Station in late July, Yarborough Applegate is reviewing claims and seeking compensation for hundreds of employees that were not given proper notice by SCE&G and its contractor, Fluor Corporation, before losing their jobs. The news of the layoffs reached workers after SCE&G and Santee Cooper announced that […]
Yarborough Applegate’s $35,940,545 verdict against Pepco in Montgomery Co., Maryland Circuit Court for their client Hugo Hernandez is one of the Top 100 Verdicts of 2014, according to VerdictSearch, the leading provider of verdict and settlement research. The Hernandez verdict is ranked 58 on the VerdictSearch’s Top 100 list. The $35,940,545 verdict against Pepco in Montgomery Co., […]
Yarborough Applegate recently achieved a $35,940,545 verdict against Pepco in Montgomery Co., Maryland Circuit Court, for their client Hugo Hernandez, paralyzed at a Pepco substation on May 6, 2013. The jury awarded our client $869,211 in past medical bills, $45,095 in past wages, $1,080,050 in future wages, $18,946,400 in future medical expenses and $15,000,000 in non-economic […]