Wyoming law makes product manufacturers, distributors, and sellers responsible for product defects. If a defective product, such as a car, machinery, or household appliance, injured you or a loved one, you deserve financial recovery. Wyoming allows injured consumers to file product liability lawsuits for design, manufacturing, and marketing defects.  Often, when you file a lawsuit…

Wyoming law requires drivers to stay at the scene of an accident; it also requires the at-fault driver to pay for the damages they caused. But when an accident is a hit and run, the other driver flees the scene. So after a hit-and-run accident, you may feel confused and overwhelmed—largely because the at-fault driver…

When it comes to car accidents, Wyoming is an “at-fault” state. Drivers who cause an accident must pay for the resulting damages. If you were in an accident, you can recover compensation by filing a claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance company. You also have the right to sue the at-fault driver directly. However, it’s…

The U.S. Department of Labor reported that Wyoming coal operators worked 314,869 hours and produced 2,424,369 short tons of coal in 2020. Wyoming coal mines had 4,747 employees working in Wyoming in 2020. Still, the state reported only three nonfatal injuries with days lost and no fatalities throughout the year. Although mining accidents in Wyoming…

Carbon monoxide poisoning is one of the more misunderstood types of personal injury claims. Many people do not necessarily realize that when carbon monoxide poisoning involves negligence, the victim could be entitled to compensation from the responsible party. Understandably, potential clients want to know what the average carbon monoxide poisoning lawsuit settlement is. Because every…

Regardless of what type, mining is a dangerous occupation. Of course, accidents can happen at any job. However, the number of different occupational hazards that miners have to deal with on a daily basis is higher than most. Between the risk of cave-ins, heavy machinery accidents, and long-term occupational diseases, danger abounds in mines. Occupational…

The explosion of a pipeline can result in devastating consequences. In fact, according to the US DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, over the past 3 years, there has been an average of 30 serious pipeline incidents, resulting in an average of 11 fatalities and 52 injuries each year.   Pipeline explosion accidents are an…

Uber and Lyft generally provide safe transportation and have been doing so in Wyoming since 2017. Unfortunately, accidents do still happen when you are using these “transportation network companies.” Your Uber is not invincible. Accidents may happen as a result of human error, poor driving conditions, or other unforeseen factors. Whatever the cause, if you…

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Wyoming was the most dangerous state for drivers in 2019. With 25.4 deaths per 100,000 residents, Wyoming took the lead over all other states despite having a comparatively low population. Wyoming’s appeal for residents and visitors is the window it provides into the surrounding natural beauty and…

If you’ve been injured due to the conduct of another, you may wonder how to win the most money in a personal injury lawsuit. After filing a personal injury claim, relying on tips to maximize your compensation is key to getting fair compensation.   What Is a Personal Injury Claim? A person files a personal injury…