May 19, 2014 - Rapid City, S.D. - Automotive recalls are on track to hit an all-time record in 2014. More than 11 million vehicles have now been recalled and the numbers continue to climb. As more people are damaged from the devastating results of mechanical failures in automobiles the trial lawyers of Goodsell Quinn are dedicated to your protection. Below you will find a link to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's recall database which will allow you to search for recalls related to the vehicle you own or lease. » read more
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March 2015 - In a bold move to replace the archaic “barred if great-er than slight” standard of contributory negligence, the House Judiciary voted 10-3 in favor of HB 1103. The bill went on to clear the House on a floor vote of 54-13. The House recognized that the archaic rule, a carryover from 1941, needed to be revised to a rule that fairly apportions fault and recognizes the modern legal standards used throughout the country. » read more
January 2015 - This year the South Dakota Legislature will have the opportunity to debate a measure addressing the issue of modified comparative negligence. Since 1941, South Dakota has applied the criteria barred if more than slight as the controlling rule measuring contributory negligence. The 2015 Legislature will address the current law and the proposed change to modified comparative negligence (MCN) where each party is responsible for the share of fault. » read more
September 2015 - The essence of a trial attorney is leadership. Society looks to us for leadership. Clients seek us out for our leadership. Our profession expects that we demonstrate and execute leadership. » read more
July 2014 - The South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association is catching fire. Why? In one word, opportunity. The South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association is the quickest pathway for young and new lawyers to become recognized leaders and participants in our profession. » read more