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Yarborough Applegate Earned 7 of SC’s Top Verdicts and Settlements in 2021, Including Top Spot
March 28, 2022

Each spring, South Carolina Lawyers Weekly publishes a list of the top verdicts and settlements in the previous year. For the second year in a row, one of our cases claimed the top spot on the list.

Yarborough Applegate Claims 5 of SC’s Largest Verdicts and Settlements in 2020, Including Top Spot
March 1, 2021

Yarborough Applegate has once again claimed a number of South Carolina’s highest-dollar verdicts and settlements for the year, including the top spot for an $8 million settlement over an insurance bad faith claim.

Yarborough Applegate Claims 4 of SC Lawyers Weekly’s Top 30 Verdicts and Settlements of 2019
February 24, 2020

Every year, South Carolina Lawyers Weekly presents a list of the top verdicts and settlements of the previous year—and this year, Yarborough Applegate was recognized in four out of the 30 top recoveries of 2019.

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Yarborough Applegate Settles $1.85 Million Dram Shop Lawsuit
December 21, 2018

David Lail of Yarborough Applegate settled a dram shop lawsuit for the family of a 24-year-old man killed by a drunk driver while riding his moped in August, 2017. The dram shop lawsuit brought by Lail against the drunk driver and the bar that served him resulted in a $1.85 million settlement for the victim’s […]

Yarborough Applegate Secures $1M Settlement for Pedestrian Hit by Car
July 1, 2015

South Carolina Lawyers Weekly Magazine reports that Yarborough Applegate has secured a $1 million insurance settlement for injuries an 84-year-old man sustained when a sport utility vehicle struck him while he was vacationing on Seabrook Island. The victim, Robert Hunter, was walking along the shoulder of High Hammock Road on a January afternoon when the […]

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