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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.
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.
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.
A woman was seriously injured after a landscaper’s skid steer loader slammed into the golf cart she was riding in with her daughter.
Lail’s talk focused on representing victims of drunk driving, as well as the dangers of unsafe alcohol service.
Our co-founding partner, David Yarborough, spoke about dram shop and alcohol liability cases at the South Carolina Black Lawyers Association in the Columbia Convention Center on Friday, October 18, taking the stage with fellow personal injury attorneys Garryl Deas and Marc Brown.
Our co-founding partner, David Yarborough, was interviewed by Mark Bringardner of Joye Law Firm on his podcast, The Sidebar, this month, where he shared his experience on dram shop litigation and trial strategy, as well as offered invaluable advice on how to develop skills as a trial lawyer.
As recently reported by the Charleston Post & Courier, Charleston County has revealed its $1.1B plan to widen I-526, and redesign its interchange with I-26. The plan is projected to have major impacts on many North Charleston homeowners, who run the risk of losing their houses in the path of the interstate extension. The plan is […]