Our experienced attorneys help clients navigate the emotional and financial losses that come with wrongful death and work to secure justice.
After a North Charleston man was killed when he fell approximately 60 feet from an elevator he was working on at Holcim cement plant in Holly Hill, South Carolina, Yarborough Applegate attorneys helped his estate settle wrongful death and negligence claims for $20 million.
Yarborough Applegate attorneys have secured more than a $4 million settlement for their client in a wrongful death and dram shop case filed on behalf of the estate of a bicyclist killed by a drunk driver on the 4th of July in 2019 in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
In a dram shop case stemming from a deadly July 4, 2019, hit-and-run in which a drunk driver hit a cyclist, Yarborough Applegate attorneys Liam Duffy and David Yarborough recently obtained a key court ruling on behalf of the cyclist’s family.
Listen to how they obtained the largest jury verdict in Colleton County history for the wrongful death of 41-year-old landscaper Jose Larios.
Yarborough Applegate attorneys David Yarborough and Chris Bryant recently reached a $6 million settlement for the family of a three-year-old child who tragically died in a Hanahan apartment complex pool drowning. We found the Hanahan apartment complex where the drowning occurred to be liable in this wrongful death suit because its open service entrance was […]
Our client, a 56-year old mother of three and longtime child caregiver, was bicycling to work at a local church daycare center, when she was struck and killed by the 24-year-old driver of a flatbed commercial truck loaded with lumber. The local police’s initial investigation took the word of the driver, that he was obeying […]
Our client, a friendly, health-conscious, respected construction worker, was riding his bicycle home from work when he was struck and instantly killed by a drunk driver. After fleeing the accident, the driver, who was using his company’s vehicle, was apprehended by police and charged with felony DUI. An investigation revealed that the driver was under […]
The Post and Courier reported yesterday, that officials with the Department of Health and Environmental Control are investigating a James Island Senior Living Facility after one of its residents was found dead. Marie Duddy, who suffered from dementia is believed to have left the facility and wandered away towards the marsh. This is not the […]