Absolutely, you need an attorney. Enlisting the aid of a professional and experienced Wyoming personal injury advocate is necessary. Large insurance and big corporations have hundreds of lawyers working for them. Your injury attorney will know the law procedure and affect the chances of maximizing any compensation for your injury.
Different personal injury attorneys may charge different rates for various cases. However, my law firm never charges a fee unless we win your case. The cost of your injury attorney should not be your concern during these difficult times.
Any injury from an accident is a potential personal injury matter claim. I have 30 years of experience practicing law in Wyoming, and I can usually quickly assess whether you have a viable claim. The best thing you can do is call my office for a free consultation.
It's hard to provide a value estimate regarding any personal injury matter upfront. An experienced attorney needs to evaluate all aspects of your case, including the extinct of your injuries and damages, the insurance involved, the liability of different actors in any possible litigation, and so forth. Again, the best thing you can contact an experienced PI lawyer in Wyoming soon after an accident.
The Wyoming Statute of Limitations limits the time injury victims can file a claim for damages under Wyoming Law. Generally, accident victims have four (4) years to file a lawsuit from the accident. However, exemptions and waivers exist for different cases, such as wrongful death cases, with additional or even more limited time frames. Some cases must be filed within one (1) year for instance. It would be best to speak to an attorney immediately following an accident.