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…

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…

At a car accident scene, many do not believe they suffered common car accident injuries because they feel no symptoms. However, in some cases, symptoms of pain after a car accident indicate more severe injuries. Even if you feel fine, it’s important to get checked by a medical professional. They may notice symptoms and risks…

In a lane change accident, fault can be difficult to determine. Establishing fault is critical, however, if you hope to recover compensation for your injuries and other damages. If you or a loved one sustained injuries in an accident caused by another driver’s actions, you may be wondering whether you have the basis for pursuing…

Any auto accident can leave the driver confused about how to handle claims for injuries or property damage. But when the accident occurs on private property, it can be even more difficult to determine who is liable. Knowing the basics of Wyoming traffic accident reporting and personal injury law can at least point you in…

Right-of-way laws tell Wyoming drivers who has to stop at an intersection and who can proceed first. These laws are in place to help keep people safe but also to help assign fault when an accident occurs. These laws don’t say specifically who has the right of way, only who must yield to others in…

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer? Read More Even seemingly minor car accidents can result in serious injuries, some of which require surgery immediately or later down the line.  It’s important not to underestimate any injuries you sustain because they can worsen over time. That is why you should not try to resolve your…

Being involved in a Wyoming car accident is always scary and unpleasant. Unfortunately, auto collisions happen every day and are often unavoidable. Accidents tend to happen when we least expect them, but you can try to be mentally prepared. Keep these five steps in mind after a fatal car accident in Wyoming. 1. Check for…

Car accidents are a widespread occurrence, but the severity of injuries can vary greatly. One of the most common injuries occurring from a car accident is concussions. If you have suffered a concussion from a car accident, you may have legal options. Contact the experienced Wyoming car accident attorneys at Platte River Injury Law today…