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Duffy’s presentation detailed the ways workers compensation attorneys can push to obtain full justice for their clients by identifying workplace injury cases that involve the negligence of a third-party.
Our very own David Yarborough and Reynolds Blankenship, two of South Carolina’s well-known bad faith plaintiff lawyers, have written the playbook on the subject.
Each year, Lowcountry law firms and the Charleston School of Law assemble softball teams to compete weekly from June through August. The games are ever-competitive, but they’re also great opportunities to build on the teamwork our firm depends on every day in our legal work and network with other lawyers and law students in the area.
His presentation focused on obtaining and utilizing forensic cell phone evidence in litigation, specifically in regards to trucking/tractor trailer cases.
His talk, “Third-Party Premises Liability in Workplace Injuries & Deaths,” addressed handling premises and products liability in workplace injury settings.
Duffy revisited several third-party injury and death cases in which he and the Yarborough Applegate team have sought and obtained significant recovery outside of the workers compensation system.
Clancy spoke about the importance of prioritizing mental health and wellbeing across the industry.
Yarborough Applegate attorney Liam Duffy continues his thought leadership amongst trial lawyers in his latest published article, “The Golden Rule in Opening Statement and Closing Argument: What It Is and What It Isn’t.”