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…

Dedicated Auto Accident Lawyer Discusses Your Rights If You Were in a Brake-Checking Accident Brake checking is illegal in Wyoming and every other state in the country. Brake checking is an expression of road rage. The behavior is exceedingly dangerous and can cause deadly auto collisions.  You should know that a rear-end accident is not…

If you were recently injured in a car wreck, slip and fall, or other accident, you want to make sure that you hire a personal injury attorney who will get you the best possible settlement. Choosing the right Wyoming personal injury lawyer can be difficult. The process looks different for everyone depending on the details…

If you were in a Wyoming motorcycle accident, you might be wondering whether you have a personal injury claim. You can receive compensation if a negligent driver caused your injuries. Here, we will discuss Wyoming motorcycle laws and how they apply to your accident. Lane Sharing In Wyoming, motorcycle operators have a right to use…

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…

Wyoming is one of the states that does not have a specific dog bite statute in its code of laws. As such, dog bite lawsuits are governed by common law. Prior Wyoming cases have established a “one bite” rule for dog bite attacks. The result of a dog bite attack can be absolutely devastating for…

Getting hurt in an accident can be a scary and confusing experience. Medical bills can begin to pile up and you could lose wages from missed work because of your injuries. Filing a bodily injury claim after an accident in Wyoming is the most critical aspect of a personal injury case and largely dictates the…

Dog bites are not “minor” injuries. In addition to causing cuts and bruising, dog bites can fracture bones and cause permanent nerve damage. Fortunately, Wyoming law allows injured victims to sue the dog owner for compensation—but victims will need help bringing the best case. Finding lawyers for dog bites is easy—type “Wyoming” and “lawyers for…

A serious injury at work can change your life. We understand how overwhelmed you feel, and we want to help. Today’s article will cover whether or not you should bring on an oil field injury lawyer to help with your case. An Experienced Oil Field Injury Lawyer Can Help With Your Case Wyoming once claimed some…