After leaving a birthday party, a driver who admitted to consuming high gravity beers ran over our client who was riding a moped. Our client was airlifted to a trauma center for his injuries. Yarborough Applegate partner David Lail was able to negotiate a $950,000 settlement on our client’s behalf, despite the at-fault driver only carrying […]
A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is an injury to the brain as a result of trauma to the head. In fact, the most common causes of TBIs are everyday occurrences: motor vehicle accidents and falls.
If you’re planning on heading out of the house for a trip to the beach, park or pool, it’s important to stay safe—not only by practicing social distancing, but by remembering to buckle up.
Five of our seven attorneys have been named as 2020 Super Lawyers Honorees or Rising Star Honorees, and our founding partner, David Yarborough, has been selected to the Top 10 in Charleston and Top 25 in South Carolina.
Membership in this exclusive organization is by invitation only and is limited to the top attorneys in each state who have demonstrated excellence and have achieved outstanding results in their careers.
Here at Yarborough Applegate, we’re lucky enough to be able to do what we do remotely. Despite the stay-at-home ordinance here in Charleston, we’re still working—and we’ve gotten creative in how we handle our day-to-day operations.
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.
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?