Cities

Some of the cities in South Dakota where we practice

Rapid City, South Dakota, where the Law Offices of Rapid City Lawyers are located, is in the western part of the state and is the county seat of Pennington County. Our clients come from all over the state; some as close as nearby Sturgis and others from as far as Sioux Falls. If you’re looking for an attorney in South Dakota to represent your personal injury case, be sure to consider our highly qualified and experienced attorneys specializing in personal injury cases. The following is a list of some of the cities we serve.

List of cities

Sioux Falls

The largest city in South Dakota, Sioux Falls is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. With at charming downtown and over 70 parks in the area, it’s clear why this city is gaining so quickly in popularity.

Rapid City

Located at the base of the Black Hills, the big, small town of Rapid City is also known as the city of the Presidents, because of its proximity to the world-renowned monument, Mt. Rushmore.

Aberdeen

Home of Northern State University in northeastern S.D., Aberdeen is called home by celebrities such as manager of the Cleveland Indians Terry Francona, actor Eddie Spears, and Tom Daschle, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader. It’s also a sporting town with three minor league baseball teams.

Brookings

Another college town, South Dakota State University is located in this charming enclave. Impressively, this town of just over 20,000 maintains only a 3.2% unemployment rate and a 23% projected eight-year job growth. Brookings owes its name to pioneer Wilmot Wood Brookings, one of the first settlers to the area.

Watertown

Watertown was founded in 1879 as a stop on the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. Located in the northeastern part of the state, Watertown is widely considered the most affluent city in S.D. It was named by the city’s founders, John E. Kemp and Oscar P. Kemp, after their hometown of Watertown, New York.

Mitchell

With a population just over 15,000, Mitchell is the sixth largest city in the state. It’s famously home of the Corn Palace, a giant structure with an exterior decorated with murals made from dried grains and corn. These murals change yearly during the fall harvest.

Yankton

Yankton was the first capital of the Dakota Territory, and was named after the Yankton tribe of Sioux Native Americans. The city is located on the beautiful Missouri River, just downstream from the Gavins Point Dam and Lewis and Clark Lake. The United State National Park Service is headquartered in this city.

Pierre

Located nearly dead center in the state of South Dakota, Pierre is the state capital. It was actually chosen to be the capital in 1869 for this exact reason. Pierre owes its name to an American fur trader by the name of Pierre Chouteau, Jr. With a population just over 13,000, Pierre is the second smallest U.S. state capital, after Montpelier, Vermont.