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$28.2 Million Verdict Upheld in Wyoming Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Case October 28, 2014 The federal court in Wyoming has upheld the jury’s $28.2 million verdict for Amber Lompe, a Casper, Wyo. woman who was poisoned by carbon monoxide from a dangerous and unmaintained furnace in her apartment, in February 2011. The Spence legal team that represented Ms. Lompe in the suit – G. Bryan Ulmer, and Tyson E. Logan - alleged that the Sunridge Apartments owners and managers ignored repeated warnings that the complex’s 30-year-old fleet of 96 furnaces was dangerous and needed to be maintained or replaced. Wyoming law requires landlords to provide tenants safe housing, including safe and working heat. At trial, the Spence trial lawyers presented evidence that Sunridge... Read more
Wyoming Oil Field Explosion Injures 4 September 25, 2014 Breaking News: Reports out of La Barge, Wyoming Tuesday suggest that 4 oifield workers were injured Tuesday after a natural gas storage tank exploded south of La Barge. The blast apparently occurred at an EOG Resources Inc. storage tank at 1:56 p.m. on the La Barge Highway, said Stephen Malik, a public information officer for the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. The tank appeared to be undergoing cleaning when the explosion took place.Investigators have indicated that three men were sent to the hospital as a result. Three men were transported to a hospital in Salt Lake City, she said. The fourth man was treated and released from a local outpatient facility. The Spence Law Firm... Read more
Jury Finds More than 5.1 Million in Damages due to Oil Field Injury July 14, 2014 JACKSON, Wyo., July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A Wyoming state court jury announced its verdict of more than $5.1 million for an oilfield worker who was seriously injured in a mismanaged oil well maintenance operation, The Spence Law Firm said today. The legal team for Blake Horr, of Douglas, Wyo., alleged that he sustained serious and permanent injuries on April 11, 2011 in a “work-over operation” at a Merit Energy-controlled, owned and operated well site at the Lost Soldier Unit in Bairoil, Wyo. Evidence was presented in the District Court of Sweetwater County that Merit’s “company man” ordered Mr. Horr’s crew to perform maintenance operations without ensuring the well was... Read more
Breaking News: Serious Bus Accident Closes Highway in Grand Teton National Park July 11, 2014 On Thursday July 10th, a serious bus accident north of Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park, resulted in at least seven injuries as well as a five hour closure of Highway 89.  According to Park spokesperson Jackie Skaggs, the bus was traveling north when the front tire left the road.  The driver overcorrected and the bus tipped onto its side.  At least seven people were injured with two being flown to the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls and five receiving treatment at St. John’s Medical Center in Jackson.  The bus had 26 passengers who were part of an Asian tour group.  The collision occurred in northern Grand Teton National Park, south of the Yellowstone... Read more
Settlement for Wyoming Cyclist Hit by Truck June 3, 2014 The Spence Law Firm is pleased to announce that a settlement has been reached against the Idaho Bread Company and Robert Williams, whose delivery truck struck and seriously injured cyclist Alfons Moreno on the shoulder of Wyoming Highway 89/191 on May 11, 2011. Shortly after 9 a.m. on May 11, 2011, Plaintiff was biking in Grand Teton National Park, pedaling north from Jackson, Wyoming toward Moose Jct. on U.S. Hwy. 89/191. He was riding his bike on the shoulder of the northbound traffic lane, to the right of the white fog line. At the same time, 54-year-old Robert Williams was driving north of Jackson, Wyoming on U.S. Hwy. 89/191 in an Idaho Bread and Bakery delivery truck.  Williams... Read more
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