In our pursuit of civil justice for victims of drunk driving, our firm works in partnership with local law enforcement to hold all wrongdoers accountable.
Yarborough Applegate is proud to support statewide innovation by contributing to South Carolina Research Authority’s (SCRA) Industry Partnership Fund.
Yarborough Applegate attorney Liam Duffy continues his thought leadership amongst trial lawyers in his latest published article, “The Golden Rule in Opening Statement and Closing Argument: What It Is and What It Isn’t.”
As we savor the final days of 2021, we wanted to take a moment and revisit some of the year’s defining movements for our team here at Yarborough Applegate, and extend our deepest gratitude to all those who we’ve had the honor of working with along the way.
Yarborough Applegate’s David Yarborough was the keynote speaker of the event, which raised $65,000 for the Charleston-area organization.
Jennings’ article covers best practices for preserving, obtaining, and using cell phone evidence in a case. It’s a topic he knows well from years working cases and presenting to peers on the practice area.
John Dodds and Alexandra Heaton have already hit the ground running in our Charleston, South Carolina office, where they will continue to be an invaluable asset to our team into the future.
Our attorneys recently secured a $3.1 million jury verdict for a 24-year-old man who was seriously injured when an underage drunk driver crashed head-on into his car in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Our attorneys are dedicated to holding all parties accountable for car accidents injuries caused by intoxicated drivers—including the drivers themselves and any commercial alcohol retailers who overserved the driver in violation of the law.
Our attorneys will take the lead on educating our peers on what we’ve learned from handling dram shop cases through a series of continuing education opportunities.
The threat of catastrophic electrocution injury increases substantially following the severe winds and flooding brought on by a hurricane. It’s just one more post-storm reality that survivors must take into account.
Last month, Yarborough Applegate joined attorneys from across the state for the South Carolina Association for Justice Annual Convention