Zephier & LaFleur, P.C. Can Help You With Your Claim - (605) 349-1993
If you were injured because of another person's negligence, you have legal options. Someone else's carelessness can cost you a fortune in lost wages, suffering, medical bills, repairs, long-term injuries, and worse. As a victim of personal injury, you must quickly protect your claim.
Whether you have been injured in a traffic accident by a negligent driver, by a defective consumer product, or in some other scenario, you have the right to be compensated for your losses and damages under South Dakota personal injury law.
Personal Injury Cases We Handle
Personal injury cases can occur in various ways but all are based on the underlying cause of negligence or wrongdoing. They involve someone who owed you a reasonable duty of care that was violated leading to your injuries.
An example of this is a distracted or reckless driver whose actions behind the wheel result in a traffic accident in which you are injured.
Our Rapid City personal injury attorney handles various personal injury cases, based on the following:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Defective pharmaceuticals
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Defective and unsafe consumer products
- Other negligent property owners (premises liability)
- Dog bites/attacks
- Industrial/workplace accidents in which third parties caused/contributed to your injuries
Have you suffered a personal injury in Rapid City? Contact Zephier & LaFleur for a free consultation about your case with a Rapid City personal injury attorney at (605) 349-1993 to get started. We fight for the compensation you deserve.
Compensation for your injuries in these cases can include:
- Past and future medical expenses
- Property damage, such as to your vehicle
- Lost wages/income
- Pain and suffering
- Damages related to permanent disability and disfigurement
- Emotional trauma
Should I Settle with an Insurance Company After a Personal Injury?
Fighting for the compensation you deserve can be frustrating and difficult when dealing with large insurance companies. While their representatives may appear to be accommodating, they are trained to seek the best interests of their employers by paying out as little as possible.
You may be pressured into accepting quick settlement offers that undervalue what your claim is worth. Acceptance of such offers results in signing away your rights to further compensation should your injuries later require additional financial outlay.
Get started today by contacting us online or call our Rapid City personal injury lawyer at (605) 349-1993. We're here to advocate for you.
Let the dedicated attorneys at Zephier & LaFleur help you to win back what you and your loved ones have lost. Our firm takes on negligent parties and/or their insurers in civil claims. A tribal law attorney from our firm can even help in instances of personal injury that happen on tribal land. We ensure that your case is thoroughly investigated to prove fault; this puts you in the strongest legal position.
We then aggressively negotiate on your behalf for fair and just compensation. Most cases are settled out of court but, if these efforts fail, we can take your case to civil court to fight for your best interests.
Don't wait to get the compensation you need to move on with your life. Contact the Rapid City personal injury lawyers from Zephier & LaFleur, P.C. for aggressive representation today. Call (605) 349-1993 or contact us online to begin discussing your case.
In Our Clients' Own Words
"Great lawyers with real integrity."Bryon B.
"They helped me quickly and concisely."Andrew H.
We Speak Your Language
We'll skip the legalese and explain your case in plain words - and we're quick to make a joke.
Fighting for the Underdog
We're passionate about advocating for the “little guy” and have successfully fought against large opposition.
We tailor your strategy to what matters the most to you. Wish us, you'll always come first.
Native American-OwnedWe are a locally owned firm and our attorneys are licensed in State, Federal, and Tribal Courts.