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The True Financial Impact of a Life-Altering Injury August 31, 2015 For the average person who suffers any type of serious injury, it can be difficult to quantify the full scope of financial losses stemming from the incident. Hospital bills from the emergency room visit are an obvious expense, as are the costs of any prescription or over-the-counter medications. But beyond these basic items, most people struggle to understand the true financial impact of being involved in a serious accident. If we’re describing you, don’t worry. You are not alone. In fact, most clients meet with our personal injury lawyers have no idea what their claim is worth – or even if they have a claim at all. Unfortunately, this lack of knowledge also leads many vehicle... Read more
Rankin Elected President of Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association August 19, 2015 The Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association (WTLA) and The Spence Law Firm, LLC, are proud to announce that partner Emily R. Rankin will serve as president of WTLA for the 2015-2016 term.  Rankin takes over for former president and Casper trial lawyer Scott Olheiser. Emily Rankin is a third generation Wyomingite and she became the first female partner to join the Spence firm, in 2009.  Rankin graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts, and she graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law.  After clerking for the Wyoming Supreme Court, Rankin joined the Spence Law Firm. "I am extremely honored to be a part of this great organization," Rankin told WTLA... Read more
3 Injured in Wyoming Natural Gas Explosion – Kaiser-Francis Oil Company August 17, 2015 Breaking News: Reports from Cheyenne, Wyoming are describing that 3 men, welders believed to be working on Kaiser-Francis Oil Company equipment northeast of Wyoming's capital, were severely burned and injured when natural gas exploded causing a flash fire on Monday morning August 10th.  At least one of the injured workers was flown to the Western States Burn Center at the North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colorado.  The other two men were transported to the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. The explosion, flash fire, and multiple hospitalizations trigger an automatic Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) investigation because the event qualifies as a... Read more
Your Rights as a Victim of Excessive Force or Police Brutality July 31, 2015 While police officers are granted broad powers to carry out their duties, these powers are not unlimited. To the contrary, they are subject to individuals’ Constitutional rights as citizens of the United States. As a U.S. citizen, you have the right to be free from abuses of governmental power and police misconduct. Where police offers act reasonably, they are sometimes protected by legal immunity from suit. However, when the police cross the line between doing what is necessary and violating suspects’ Constitutional rights, they can – and should – be held accountable. Police are not immune from accountability when they act unreasonably or abuse their power. Suing the Police... Read more
What to Do if You or a Loved One Has Been Injured in a Mining Accident July 22, 2015 At The Spence Law Firm, our attorneys regularly represent clients in cases involving hazardous and dangerous working conditions Wyoming’s industrial mines, including Wyoming coal mine accidents, Wyoming trona mine accidents, and other work-site accidents. We also handle mining accident cases in other states throughout the West. With decades of experience taking on some of the biggest industrial corporations in the country, we know what it takes to win compensation for victims and their families in these tragic – and often life-altering – situations. As a mine worker, it is important to understand the risks involved in your vocation. According for the Centers for Disease Control... Read more
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