Do you have a good personal injury case?

Do you have a good personal injury case?

If you’ve been injured as the result of negligence or wrongful conduct on the part of another, can you sue for personal injury? The answer is that you can bring legal action against any party or parties that bear possible liability for your injuries, the purpose being to receive monetary compensation or “damages” which can help to pay for any expenses that you have incurred as a result of your injuries.

Perhaps, the more important question to ask is “Do I have a personal injury case?” In the state of South Dakota, when you are injured as a result of the negligent actions or wrongful conduct of another party, you can bring an action for the physical and medical injuries that you have sustained. Damages can include such those for pain and suffering, the reasonable cost of medical treatment including hospital care, nursing services and related expenses. You can also be compensated for loss of earnings and impairment of your earning capacity as well as mental suffering and anguish.

In order to determine whether or not you have a personal injury claim, you need to engage the services of an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases in South Dakota. Rapid City attorneys, Gregory Yates and Michael Schubeck have more than 40 years of collective experience when it comes to litigating personal injury cases. Both Mr. Yates and Mr. Schubeck as extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the laws and statutes of South Dakota. They make sure that they keep current when it comes to changes in South Dakota’s laws, as well as any federal laws that may affect personal injury cases.

Speaking with an experienced attorney

If you think that you may have a personal injury case, it’s very important that you contact an attorney who has expertise in handling these types of claims. You need to get advice from attorneys who are not only experienced personal injury litigators, but who have a proven track record in South Dakota for winning cases and earning equitable settlements for their clients.

Rapid Lawyers Greg Yates and Michael Shubeck have successfully recovered millions of dollars for their clients and loved ones in settlements, awards, or jury verdicts. Mr. Yates, Mr Shubeck, and our entire staff can offer you personalized, compassionate advice and counsel to ensure that you get the best possible result from you legal action.

Your first visit will be a free consultation at which time the particulars of your case will be thoroughly discussed as well as how to progress with litigation and any legal fees that are required. In personal injury cases, attorneys work on a contingency fee which will be deducted from your final settlement or verdict award; this ranges from 33-40%.

Moving forward with your claim

Contact the Rapid City offices of Greg Yates and Michael Shubeck, South Dakota legal experts in personal injury cases if you find yourself in need to a personal injury attorney. We are committed to getting you the best possible result.