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Yarborough Applegate Attorneys Liam Duffy and John Dodds Publish Book, Dealing with Objections to Written Discovery
January 24, 2024

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.

Yarborough Applegate Wins $15.75 Million for Injured Worker in Louisiana Scaffold-Fall Case
December 5, 2022

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.

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Yarborough Applegate Secures $10 Million Settlement for Teen Plaintiffs in Tragic UTV Rollover
December 2, 2022

After a UTV rollover left one teenage girl dead and another seriously injured, Yarborough Applegate secured a $10 million settlement on behalf of the two victims and their families. 

$23 Million Settlement for Victims of Tractor-Trailer Crash
April 26, 2022

After three years of hard-fought litigation against the trucking company and its driver, Yarborough Applegate and the Douglas Jennings Law Firm are proud to report a $23 million settlement has been reached on behalf of the deserving victims and their families.

Yarborough Applegate Expands Team with Two New Attorneys
November 30, 2021

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.

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