Welcome to Cadwell Law Firm in Sioux Falls, SD
 
Cadwell Law Firm was founded by Ulysses S. Grant Cherry in 1890 after he was among the first admitted to the newly established federal district court. Since then, we have been privileged to be a part of the growth and development of this wonderful community in which we practice by counseling families in the legal aspects of their successful growing businesses; by helping them over unforeseen bumps in the road; by representing concerns of national scope whose contact with South Dakota has been prompted by the growing prominence of the Sioux Falls metropolitan area; and by providing volunteer services to a wide variety of civic and charitable organizations.
 
Cadwell Law Firm has appeared in every state and federal courtroom in South Dakota and regularly represents clients in a wide variety of administrative matters. We are most fortunate to strive with our friends and colleagues in other fine firms in South Dakota to maintain a consistently high standard of legal practice.

Cadwell's lawyers are all members of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of South Dakota, the United States District Court for the District of South Dakota and the Second Judicial Circuit Bar Association. Our lawyers include those recognized among The Best Lawyers in America, in Chambers USA and by membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates and the American College of Trial Lawyers. Because of our proximity to Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska, we also have lawyers who practice in those jurisdictions.


The Cadwell firm's practice areas include: Insurance, Surety, Banking, Real Estate, Commercial, Corporate, Healthcare, Bankruptcy, Probate and Estate Planning, Products Liability and Personal Injury Law, Civil Trials and Appeals in all Courts. We are busiest of late in complex litigation, physician healthcare regulation and business concerns, financial institutions, particularly credit card banking, a wide variety of employment issues, real estate development, liability insurance and ERISA matters, and expansion of South Dakota's ethanol industry.