G+O 42 Million Dollar Verdict Hits National News
AP News and US News & World Report recently published articles on our recent victory in one of the largest bad faith verdicts in South Dakota history.
PRESS RELEASE - FERN JOHNSON v. Liberty Mutual and UPS
A Pennington County jury returned a 42-million-dollar verdict against Liberty Mutual and UPS for reprehensible behavior for intentionally denying medical benefits they were ordered to be provided to an injured worker.
81st Sturgis Rally Numbers May Be Highest In History
Some projections indicate that close to a million people will visit the Black Hills to enjoy the Sturgis Rally. Verne and Nate offer advice for a fun and safe vacation to our region during the events.
"Vaccine Passports" - Verne Goodsell Interview Featured On KEVN
Verne Goodsell was interviewed and featured on Black Hills FOX News talking about the realities behind "vaccine passports."
Nate Oviatt Interview Featured on KOTA News
Goodsell+Oviatt attorney, Nate Oviatt, was interviewed and featured on local news outlets on the plausability and legality of vaccine passports. Nate speaks on the details surrounding the issue as it relates to our state.
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Historic $45.5 Million Verdict Obtained in Bad Faith Punitive Damage Case
“Our efforts will provide an important precedent for many other injured workers who have been the innocent victims of insurers who wrongfully terminate ongoing medical care.” – G. Verne Goodsell & David Barari
79th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
This year, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally embarks on its 79th year and is bringing with it about a half-million riders to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Concerts, races, bike shows, food, and fun abound for Rally enthusiasts. However, the winding roads, traffic, and weather can create conditions that easily compromise safety.
78Th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
This year, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally embarks on its 78th year and is bringing with it about a half-million riders to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Concerts, races, bike shows, bike sales and trades, food, and fun abound for Rally enthusiasts. However, the winding roads, traffic, and weather can create conditions which compromise safety.
Court Rules In The Matter Of Lamar V. City Of Rapid City In U.S. District Court
United States District Court Chief Judge Jeffrey L. Viken has ruled in the matter of Lamar Advertising of South Dakota, Inc., a South Dakota corporation, and TLC Properties Inc., d/b/a Lamar TLC Properties, Inc., a Louisiana corporation vs. the City of Rapid City, a South Dakota municipal corporation.