South Dakota Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s improper or wrong acts or omissions (failure to act) please call for a free phone consultation. We have been handling personal injury cases since 1992.

We can answer your questions, advise you about what the process is, gather records, review records, tell you how to preserve evidence, and specifically advise you upon retention of the firm’s service by way of a contingent fee agreement.

Types of Cases We’ve Dealt With:

  • Car & Motorcycle Accidents
  • Injury Claims
  • Premises Liability
  • Falls
  • Insurance Claims
  • General Negligence Cases
  • Wrongful Death

Our Lawyers Aim To:

  • Protect Your Interests
  • Obtain Full and Fair Settlements
  • Aggressively Respond to Insurance Companies
  • To Value Your Claim
  • Fight in a Court of Law
  • Seek True Recompense from a Jury

RENSCH LAW has tried personal injury cases to juries, obtained awards for injured plaintiffs, and negotiated numerous settlements for those injured through the negligence of another.

RENSCH LAW has used the wealth of trial experience practiced in the criminal courtroom to the advantage of its clients in the civil courtroom who are seeking damages.

As RENSCH LAW is a trial firm, it seeks to use its vast trial experience to protect you and your loved ones to the fullest. You can rest easy knowing we are here to fight for you when you are in need of help.

RENSCH LAW has handled medical malpractice claims, federal tort claims, workers compensation cases, and wrongful death cases, to name a few.

If you or your loved one is injured, please call RENSCH LAW at (605) 341-1210 or fill out the form provided below. Becky Schmit of this firm prepares and handles many of the cases. The founder of the firm, Timothy J. Rensch, tries the case to the jury. As the Trial Lawyer, Mr. Rensch has the benefit of the collective resources and experience of an on staff investigator, paralegals, and associate attorneys who provide information and back up as needed.