Earlier this month, the Yarborough Applegate team joined fellow community members to celebrate the launch of Charleston mental health support nonprofit Quest in Recovery.
Our very own David Yarborough and Reynolds Blankenship, two of South Carolina’s well-known bad faith plaintiff lawyers, have written the playbook on the subject.
Each year, Lowcountry law firms and the Charleston School of Law assemble softball teams to compete weekly from June through August. The games are ever-competitive, but they’re also great opportunities to build on the teamwork our firm depends on every day in our legal work and network with other lawyers and law students in the area.
The evening will be a special opportunity for community members to gather in celebration of an organization that has been committed to improving quality of life in the Charleston area since 1983.
His presentation focused on obtaining and utilizing forensic cell phone evidence in litigation, specifically in regards to trucking/tractor trailer cases.
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.
Yarborough Applegate recently secured a $10 million settlement for a woman who sustained a traumatic brain injury after being struck by a vehicle in a pedestrian crosswalk.
Partner David Lail established the first-ever Dram Shop Justice Award to recognize the role law enforcement plays in addressing a root cause of drunk driving— unsafe alcohol providers.
We’ve helped many individuals who have suffered a TBI or SCI due to another’s negligence recover compensation for medical expenses, loss of wages, and human losses like physical and mental impairment and lifelong pain.
Yarborough Applegate attorneys have secured more than a $4 million settlement for their client in a wrongful death and dram shop case filed on behalf of the estate of a bicyclist killed by a drunk driver on the 4th of July in 2019 in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
His talk, “Third-Party Premises Liability in Workplace Injuries & Deaths,” addressed handling premises and products liability in workplace injury settings.
At Yarborough Applegate, we have seen firsthand just how tragic a motorcycle accident can be. Our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys have stood by many victims and their families, helping them navigate the aftermath of the wreck and fighting to secure the compensation they deserve.