Call me right away if you have been injured. I represent Plaintiffs who have been injured in the following:
Serious Personal Injuries
Trucking /Automobile accidents
Construction and workplace injuries
Wyoming law provides that a person who is injured from the wrongful or negligent conduct of another may have the right to obtain redress and through a claim for personal injury. If the person that caused you the damage or injury is negligent and liable for the damage or injuries you may recover for both economic damages (past present and future medical bills, lost wages etc) and non economic damages (pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, disability, disfigurement, etc). Wyoming is a comparative fault state – this means that the fault of all involved in the incident or accident will be compared. If the injured party is determined to be more than 50% at fault, there can be no recovery. Otherwise, recovery is limited to the percentage of fault attributable to the other party or parties.
It is very important that your case be evaluated soon after the accident or incident – especially if there is a question of who is at fault in the matter. Delays in investigation means that evidence may be lost, memories fade, witnesses move or become unavailable. More importantly there are statutes of limitations that will completely stop you from recovery if you wait too long to file your claim.