About Daniel BrendtroDaniel Brendtro grew up in rural South Dakota on his family's farm that produced purebred hogs. During his law education Daniel received many honors and was at the top of his class. Since his education he has focused his legal career on commercial and general civil cases.
Dan resides in Sioux Falls with his wife Jennifer, where they have three children and an assortment of animal life including the loving family dog. Dan is a committed fan to Hoyas Basketball and participates in many activities including carpentry, running, hiking, reading, managing his fantasy football team, coaching, and playing cards.
Dan also pens a weekly column on current legal issues for readers of the South Dakota newspapers.
- Business Law
- Estate Planning
- Insurance Claims
- Landlord Tenant
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- General Civil
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Georgetown University||B.S.||Walsh School of Foreign Service|
|University of South Dakota School of Law||J.D.|
|Honors: Sterling Honors|
|Activities: Daniel was a research assistant to the Hon. Robert Amundson, retired Supreme Court Justice. He also served as vice-president of the Moot Court Board.|
|Details: He graduated 2nd in his class.|
|Member, South Dakota State Bar|
|Past-President, 2nd Circuit Bar Association|
|Chair, Georgetown Alumni Admissions Committee, The Dakotas|
Articles & Publications
Less Legalese, Please
Weekly Newspaper Column
7 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Car Accident Case
A Step-By-Step Guide to Will Contest Cases
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: South Dakota Personal Injury Attorney Blog
4 DUI Defenses Used to Dismiss Charges Against Women Drivers Double Jeopardy Doesn't Apply to a State and Federal Crime Controlled Substances That Can Result in a South Dakota DUI Differences Between Actual and Constructive Drug Possession Challenging Blood Test Results in After a DUI Charge Are Sobriety Checkpoints Considered Legal in South Dakota Ways to Use a Polygraph Test in Your Criminal Defense Case Pleading Guilty to a Charge of Wet Reckless Is Anyone in South Dakota Prohibited From Carrying a Gun?