Here at Yarborough Applegate, we’ve been reflecting on how to make the best of this time with our families and friends, even if we can’t physically see them. Here are five tips we have found to be effective—and we hope that they can help you practice safe social distancing without feeling socially isolated.
Since joining Yarborough Applegate, Lail has helped achieve over $106 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured individuals and families and he exclusively represents those harmed by the actions of others.
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.
His talk focused on trial advocacy, motions practice and presenting persuasive arguments to a judge and jury.
Listen to how they obtained the largest jury verdict in Colleton County history for the wrongful death of 41-year-old landscaper Jose Larios.
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.
Organized by the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division in partnership with South Carolina Special Olympics, Bowling Buddies pairs Special Olympics athletes with attorneys for a fun night of bowling and camaraderie.
A woman was seriously injured after a landscaper’s skid steer loader slammed into the golf cart she was riding in with her daughter.
Our job is simple: do everything we can to help you. If you’ve suffered a loss, you need help. This is where we come in.How Can We Help You?