Rapid City, South Dakota 57702
Phone (605) 348-7300
Toll Free (800) 998-3998
Fax (605) 348-4757
A total of 3,176 injury related vehicle accidents were reported as of October 5, 2010, according to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. (http://dps.sd.gov/enforcement/accident_records/default.aspx)
Excessive speed, talking on the phone, texting, extreme fatigue, alcohol or just plain inattention can all lead to serious injuries or fatalities when mixed with a motorized vehicle. When someone gets behind the wheel of a vehicle and disobeys the rules of the road, they have made a choice that puts you in danger. The injuries suffered in a crash can be life-changing and include brain or spine injuries, permanent disfigurement and burns, and even death. These injuries affect one’s ability to learn, work, and lead to the loss of enjoyment of life.
Knowledgeable Auto, Truck and Motorcycle Accident Attorneys
Greg Eiesland and Aaron Eiesland demand that insurers offer adequate compensation for their clients’ injuries and are prepared to aggressively pursue the case at trial if that demand is not met. We work closely with talented experts in successfully representing clients with traumatic brain or serious spine injuries, in order to help them rebuild their lives.
If you have suffered a serious brain or spine injury, or have a loved one who has died in an auto, truck or motorcycle accident by the negligence of another, please call 1(800)998-3998 to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney or submit your information on our contact page.
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What to do when involved in an accident:
The most important thing is your health. If you are injured seek immediate medical attention. Adrenalin can have a major influence on one’s pain tolerance. You should seek medical attention as soon as you notice any symptoms. Be specific about all of your symptoms. Sometimes brain or neck injuries are not immediately apparent.
- Preserve any evidence. Contact the police and they will be able to assist in the preserving of evidence.
- Get contact information of witnesses. Often times this information can be recorded in the police report.
- Talk to the police to get your statement, the at-fault driver’s statement and the statements of any witnesses in writing.
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