An Unwavering Commitment To Clients’ Best Interests
Renee H. Christensen has committed her career — more than 25 years — to helping injured and disabled individuals maximize the benefits and other compensation they recover. From her office in Sioux Falls, she represents clients throughout South Dakota in personal injury lawsuits, workers’ compensation cases, nursing home neglect lawsuits and Social Security Disability claims.
Her experience provides her with valuable insight into nearly every imaginable situation in these cases. She is invested in the outcome of every case. Her emphasis on personal attention and clear, concise communication throughout each case means that her clients are always informed on the status of their case and the options available to them. You can learn more about Renee’s work experience and education by clicking on the link below.
We Stand Up To Aggressive Insurance Scrutiny
Renee understands the stress that can result from being injured, unable to work and potentially facing substantial medical bills. Her goal is to relieve that stress by handling all of the legal aspects for you, including communicating with medical providers and other debtors, so you can focus on recovering.
Our firm’s network of medical professionals, life care specialists, accident reconstruction experts and other knowledgeable resources help us build strong cases that stand up to the intense scrutiny of insurance companies that are looking to undervalue or deny your claim.
Put Our Attorney’s Integrity And Experience In Your Corner
Renee is the only female member from South Dakota of the American Board of Trial Advocates, a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. She also is a member of The College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, the South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association and the American Association for Justice. She currently serves as president of the South Dakota board of directors for Kids’ Chance of South Dakota.
Renee’s father immigrated to America at age 19 and taught himself English. He and Renee’s mother worked hard to provide for their family. Renee and her sister learned firsthand the importance of an honest day’s work and commitment to the task at hand. They were the first children in their family history to graduate from college. Renee paid her way through college and law school working part-time jobs and taking out loans.
The Initial Consultation Is Free
A prompt response is important if you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, or if you end up in a dispute regarding a workers’ compensation or Social Security Disability claim. Call 605-250-6255 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. We can review the facts of your case, provide a candid assessment and recommend the next steps.