Category archive: South Dakota

Attorney-Client Privilege Survives in South Dakota

Summary: Andrews had a compensable work-related injury while working as a gold polisher for Ridco. Andrews sued Twin City Fire Insurance Co. (“Twin City”) and Ridco for the alleged bad faith handling of his worker’s compensation claim. During the course of that case, the circuit court ordered unredacted materials produced from nearly 200 claim files…

Evidence Suggesting Substandard Claims Handling Supports South Dakota Statutory Vexatious Awards

Summary: Cindy Tripp and Andrea Bjornestad suffered injuries in separate car accidents. Each settled with the at-fault driver and then sought underinsured motorist benefits from their own insurance companies each of which offered to settle for less than the UIM limits and less than the value placed on the UIM claim by the company’s adjustor….

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