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The suit was brought on by our plaintiff, a Claflin University student and the lone survivor of the wreck. The hard-earned verdict was the culmination of years of work and followed a nearly two-week trial.
In the latest issue of Trial Magazine, Yarborough Applegate’s own David Yarborough, David Lail, and Liam Duffy detail ways our team has hit the ground running and mined for evidence while working up dram shop cases.
We are currently representing victims in a lawsuit over the alleged incidents of child sexual abuse at North Charleston’s NewSpring Church, and will stop at nothing to secure justice for survivors of all ages.
Duffy drew on his professional experience as he detailed best practices on working with experts, including how to select the right experts and maximize their involvement, from early case investigation all the way through trial.
Our attorneys are all too familiar with the devastating effects of alcohol abuse. In recent years, our team has recovered more than $32 million dollars for victims of drunk driving.
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 is proud to announce that Partner David Lail was nominated to the South Carolina Association for Justice (SCAJ) Board of Governors’ Honors and Awards Committee last month.
Confidentiality in court proceedings can have harmful consequences. In some instances, it can be deadly. Yarborough Applegate attorney Liam Duffy tackles this topic in the latest SCAJ Justice Bulletin magazine.