Trial attorneys that get results for you.
Meet the Team
My clients are good people. Whether they have been injured, or accused of a crime, I like who I represent. I am proud of what I am able to do for them. And I am proud of the results my team delivers. So for me, I like my work.
I’ve always had a strong sense of fairness. When I was a kid, I liked to argue. I read books like it was my job. I’m stubborn. Naturally, I became a lawyer.
When I graduated from the University of Washington law school, I wanted to try cases more than I wanted to make money. I became a prosecutor for a county in rural Washington. In 2 years, I tried 25 cases to a jury.
While I loved the work I was doing on behalf of victims, I also realized that cops weren’t always right, that laws were not always fair, and that there was more to the law (and life) than prosecution. I moved to Wyoming and soon opened my practice.
Here are some of the ways, I’ve made a difference for my clients.
Personal injury/Civil Litigation
- A woman sexually assaulted by her property manager receives a life-changing confidential settlement
- A bicyclist struck by a negligent driver obtains a six figure policy limits settlement
- Victims of motor vehicle accidents receive significant settlements
- A disabled, low-income tenant in subsidized housing fights a discriminatory eviction and wins at trial
- A man sued for $470,000 takes the case to trial, where he wins completely (occasionally, I do defense work)
- A woman whose general contractor negligently built her roof gets fair compensation
- A grandmother who was attacked by a dog and suffered a broken pelvis gets fair compensation
- A person charged with resisting arrest wins at jury trial because the jury finds the police illegally tased him
- A person charged with DUI wins at jury trial because the alcohol test wasn’t credible (BAC allegedly .14)
- A man accused of a misdemeanor wins at jury trial (second jury trial win for client in 2017)
- A person charged with DUI gets the charges dropped because of police misconduct
- A person charged with DUI gets the case dismissed because of a flaw in the blood test
- A man accused of felony battery fights the charge and gets it dropped
- A woman accused of felony assault establishes self-defense and get the charge dropped
- A woman accused of felony intent to deliver drugs gets the charges reduced and deferred-she gets a second chance
What else? I’m 36 years old, married, and have a child at home.
The best cases are interesting. Give me a case that takes a little bit of creativity and hard work. Something with a righteous angle. If you have something that fits the bill, please get in touch.
I have lived in Teton County, Idaho for 5 years. I have grown to love and appreciate the surrounding scenery. If there is one place, I would always rather be it is in the mountains. In the summer you can find me hiking up a trail in the Tetons. In the winter I am snowboarding down them. Not only do I love being in the mountains I love painting them!
Although my love for mountains is unconditional, I also love working in an office. It’s great to get an email from a happy client and I welcome the challenge of speaking to a client going through a tough moment. My love for working in an office environment gives me the drive to be my best. Which is why I am so excited to work for Freeburg Law. I get to help clients and be close to the mountains–it’s the best of both worlds!
Justin Dolan joined the firm in November 2017. He was born and raised in Wyoming. In fact, his family has resided in Laramie County for six generations. Justin completed his undergraduate degree in history at the University of Wyoming, and he later graduated summa cum laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2002. While in law school, he was on the
Dean’s List from 2000-2002, served as an editor for the Seattle University Law
Review, published an article in the same Law Review, and received first-in-class honors in Legal Writing, Contracts, Evidence, and Federal Courts.
Justin is an experienced litigator both at the trial and appellate level. Before moving home to Wyoming, he practiced law in Seattle for Garvey Schubert Barer and Davis Wright Tremaine, two national law firms, focusing his practice on and gaining significant experience in medical-malpractice defense; employment law; tort law; and business, contracts, and commercial litigation. Beyond his experience as an advocate, Justin is also an accomplished writer: he spent three years at his former law school—the first-ranked legal-writing program in the country—as a full-time visiting professor of legal writing and appellate advocacy.
In Wyoming, he has worked as an attorney general representing the state in litigation arising under the governmental claims act and federal civil-rights law. He has also worked as a brief writer for Littler Mendelson, the world’s largest employment-law firm, where he was responsible for formulating and executing briefing strategies for commercial clients in class-action cases.
Justin is excited to have returned to his home state, where much of his family still lives. He enjoys spending time with his son, running, hiking, playing golf and tennis, and reading. He is also active in his community, volunteering at Meals on Wheels and the Laramie County Library.
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First jury trial as Freeburg Law. Win for client. Other side paid client’s attorney fee.
Jury trial resulting in acquittal of client charged with resisting arrest
Significant settlement obtained for victim of sexual assault.
Defended man sued for $470,000 at bench trial. Judge ruled in favor of our client, and awarded Plaintiff nothing.
Jury trial resulting in acquittal of client.
Elected to Board of Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association.
Jury trial. Jury acquits criminal defendant accused of pedestrian under the influence.
Located in Jackson, Wyoming, we represent clients throughout Wyoming and Eastern Idaho.
Our office is at 235 East Broadway, Suite 103, Jackson, Wyoming 83001.
Use the parking lot and park behind the building. The entrance is on the ground floor. We are the first door you see. If the receptionist is away from the desk, ring the bell or walk down the hallway.
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