Personal Injury


Most personal injury cases are the result of another person’s negligence. For example, in a motor vehicle accident case, the other driver isn’t paying attention and causes the wreck. Their negligence causes the accident. What’s important to understand is that personal injury encompasses physical, emotional, and mental harm. An individual can suffer one or multiple types of personal injury, any of which may be grounds for a claim and compensation.



Each injury is different. The strength of each case is dependent on the incident itself, its circumstances, and how well liability can be established. Personal injury cases range from vehicle accidents and assaults to wrongful death, as well as other types. The best way to secure justice is through a professional approach that applies the law to your unique situation. If after an incident you are experiencing any kind of injury or trauma, you should be aware of your rights and how to effectively pursue compensation. As early as possible, you’ll want to connect with a personal injury lawyer to assess your options.


Over the years, we’ve developed a system for addressing these cases and guiding claimants through the entire process. Each case typically follows this sequence:

Of course, cases can and do settle at any point in this sequence. Some cases will settle after a demand letter. Some cases will settle after the discovery process. And some cases never settle. Cases may even be in two stages simultaneously. Case timelines can also vary depending on such factors as investigation and settlements. At Freeburg Law, we always begin service with a complimentary consultation in order to understand the client’s case and provide initial advice on whether or not to pursue a legal claim. Don’t worry – our team never takes a case unless we believe the other side is responsible and at fault. If they are responsible for your injury, then they should pay for it. We will work with you to secure what’s rightfully owed to you for your well-being and recovery.  


Personal injury cases may be brought in State or Federal Court. The court you file in depends on the facts and legal issues of the case, whether the claims are under State or Federal law, and where the parties are from. Wyoming has nine judicial districts. Generally, if you file a case in a county, the judge for that county will hear the case. However, there are exceptions to that rule, especially when the judge knows a party or there is a logistical reason for another judge to hear the case. Once a judge makes a ruling in your case, usually, that’s the judge who will see the case through. However, this judge may be absent due to some extraordinary circumstance; if this happens, another judge will oversee your case. Rest assured that we will represent your interests and advise you throughout the entire ordeal.  


Some clients might feel uncomfortable about “profiting from an accident,” but this isn’t the case. When you suffer any kind of injury, you didn’t ask for it to happen to you. You are not to blame. Personal injury is not about making a profit, it’s about making the responsible party be accountable for what happened to you and pay for damages done to your person. You do not have to pursue your due rights alone, nor should you. We will advise you on the best courses of action and manage all legal procedures to secure the best outcome for your case. Please contact us at 307-200-9720 with any questions or to get started. Freeburg Law is ready to help.    

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