In difficult cases, your attorney’s experience can make all the difference. At The Shultz Law Firm, Prof. LLC, I have practiced law for more than 35 years. I draw on broad and deep legal knowledge in many different areas of law.
As the son of a trial attorney, I sat in on my father’s trials and hearings while in high school. After law school, I joined my father’s general practice, gaining a broad base of experience before starting my own practice. With a particular passion for whistleblower protection, business litigation, health care fraud and personal injury cases, I now represent clients in cases that often involve complex and challenging areas of the law.
I have represented South Dakota tribal entities in cases involving tribal sovereignty, Indian gaming issues and other areas of federal Indian law. I have developed an extensive understanding of the nuances of health care law and regulations and have helped clients resolve cases involving issues such as medical negligence and dental malpractice. Regardless of the case, I am passionate about defending the rights of my clients.
I have been selected to Super Lawyers six times, a recognition that reflects my high level of professional achievement and reputation among my peers. No more than five percent of a state’s attorneys may be selected. In 2016, I was honored with a Lifetime Achievement selection to America’s Top 100 Attorneys for South Dakota, a recognition that less than 0.5 percent of attorneys in the country receive. Having helped my clients recover millions of dollars in compensation, I am also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a prestigious group of trial lawyers.
Strong Relationships Lead To Stronger Cases
I provide one-on-one counsel to all of my clients, and I believe this personal attention helps build successful cases. I have cultivated a broad range of professional relationships in the Rapid City community and surrounding areas. I can also refer cases or collaborate with out-of-state lawyers if your case requires it.
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