PO Box 6900
Rapid City, South Dakota 57709-6900
Phone (605) 348-7300
Toll Free (800) 998-3998
Fax (605) 348-4757
Aaron Eiesland is attorney in the Johnson Eiesland Law Office, in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Aaron has dedicated his entire practice to helping people, and their families, who have been injured by the negligence of others. He has successfully tried or negotiated numerous cases involving wrongful death, personal injury, brain injuries, nursing home abuse and neglect, workplace harassment, auto accidents, civil rights violations, defective products breach of construction contracts, and criminal defense. While no amount of money can replace a person’s health or life, he has found justice in the form of millions of dollars as compensation for his clients’ losses. He represents clients throughout the state of South Dakota.
Prior to joining Johnson Eiesland Law Offices, Aaron completed a two year clerkship under a Federal Judge Andrew W. Bogue. He was involved with a number of jury trials and performed a substantial amount of legal research. During his clerkship with Judge Bogue, Aaron drafted eighteen Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decisions.
Aaron is committed to continuing education through his involvement as a member of The State Bar of South Dakota, The South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Rapid City Young Professionals Group. He has also participated with the Trial Lawyers College. For two years he was a adjunct professor at National American University where he taught legal research, legal writing, business law and employment law. Currently, he serves on the South Dakota Civil Pattern Jury Instructions Committee.
As natives of Rapid City, South Dakota, he and his wife are very active in the community, particularly with Youth & Family Services. He is family oriented, with much of his free time spent with his wife and daughter. Recently, he coached his daughter’s youth soccer team. Aaron is an avid baseball fan and continued playing amateur baseball for 14 years after graduating high school. During his amateur baseball career, he served as player/manager; winning the State A Championship twice and Manager of the Year twice.
Aaron Eiesland is a member of the State Bar of South Dakota.
Aaron Eiesland is a member of the American Association for Justice.
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