Tyson E. Logan
“Be yourself. Tell the truth. Do the right thing. I’ll take integrity, honesty, and hard work over money and power anytime and in any battle.”
Tyson Logan is a passionate and charismatic trial attorney. He has a tireless energy and drive to take on the most powerful opponents in the toughest places. In just the last decade, Tyson has helped numerous clients obtain substantial verdicts and settlements across the country for a wide variety of personal injury cases. He has tried jury trials across the country and quickly achieved record personal injury and wrongful death verdicts and settlements in several states, including numerous seven, and eight-figure results. Tyson's successes with the Spence Firm include a $28.5 million verdict for a carbon monoxide poisoning brain injury; a $10 million wrongful death settlement; and a $12 million settlement in a burn injury case causing complex regional pain syndrome. Tyson is inspired to do his part to help regular people stand up to big corporations, powerful insurance companies, and the government. He relentlessly fights for justice on behalf of clients suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning, traumatic brain injury, and instances of corporate negligence. He is also a determined advocate for the families of individuals wrongfully killed as a result of corporate negligence and misconduct.
Since 2005, Tyson has built a reputation as a dynamic and creative trial lawyer who actually walks the walk: he works hard and doesn't back down, often taking the largest corporations and insurance companies to trial to fight for his clients. Tyson has represented clients across the country in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, California, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Alaska, and Nebraska in serious personal injury cases. In one of the largest verdicts in the United States in 2013, Tyson obtained a $28.5 million verdict, with Spence partner Bryan Ulmer, for a young woman who suffered a brain injury after being poisoned by carbon monoxide from a dangerous furnace in her apartment. In recent years Tyson has handled countless other carbon monoxide poisoning and brain injury cases and recovered millions for his injured clients. Tyson tried another carbon monoxide poisoning brain injury case in Colorado in the summer of 2017— Tyson asked for $10 million at trial. The case settled confidentially at the end of trial while the jury was deliberating over a damages verdict. Tyson has settled numerous other brain injury and carbon monoxide poisoning cases in 2017 and 2018 for millions of dollars for injured clients; and he is actively litigating a number of other complex catastrophic injury and CO poisoning cases.
Tyson has been distinguished with a number of honors and awards. Recently, he was included in the 2017 & 2018 Super Lawyers® list and has been previously chosen for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 in the Mountain States. He is a member of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers and the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40. Tyson has also been selected to Best Lawyers in America, 2018.
Tyson is a teacher at the Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming, where he returns every year to train students on becoming trial lawyers. He also travels the country, leading seminars and conducting presentations for fellow legal professionals on everything from trial strategies to carbon monoxide poisoning facts to communication skills. Tyson is scheduled to travel to speak with trial lawyers in New Mexico and North Carolina in the fall of 2018 about mindfulness and effective communication in trial. He recently presented “Zen Under Fire: Mindfulness for the Busy Trial Lawyer” at the 2018 New Mexico State Bar Annual Meeting. Tyson recently presented to lawyers on Mindfulness in the Courtroom, and trial advocacy at the Wyoming Bar Association’s Annual Conference in September 2017.
As an invited speaker in recent years Tyson Logan has presented many times on communication, effective trial advocacy, brain injury and psychology, and carbon monoxide poisoning. He presented Communication is (Never) Easy in 2015, detailing effective and creative ways to communicate with victims of serious brain injury, and has led presentations on mindfulness and meditation for trial lawyers, including a presentation at the 360 Advocacy Voir Dire seminar in Aspen, CO in 2015. As part of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Annual Convention in Baltimore, MD in 2014, Tyson gave a presentation on carbon monoxide matters and Ego in the Courtroom at the Melvin Belli Society Annual Seminar.
Currently, Tyson lives in Jackson, Wyoming with his wife and two boys. He enjoys coaching soccer and exploring the mountains when he is not in trial.
Tyson is admitted to practice in:
Through affiliation, he is also able to represent clients across the U.S. in both state and federal courts.
Tyson’s affiliations include:
- Trial Lawyers College – Staff
- American Association for Justice
- Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association
- Selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® list – MountainStates 2017, 2018
- American Society of Legal Advocates
- Top 40 Under 40 Litigation
- Best Lawyers in America, 2018
- National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
- National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers
- Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent® Rated
- Superb 10.0 rating from Avvo
- Habitat for Humanity
- Jackson Hole Youth Soccer
- Equal Justice Wyoming Board of Commissioners
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