View all Wyoming Workers' Compensation Lawyers or refine by city.
Lawyers in Major Cities in Wyoming
BBaggsBairoilBannerBasinBedfordBeulahBig HornBig PineyBondurantBoslerBoulderBuffaloBufordBurlingtonBurnsByron
FFairviewFarsonFort BridgerFort LaramieFort WashakieFour CornersFrannieFreedomFrontierFt Warren Afb
GGarrettGilletteGlendoGlenrockGrangerGranite CanonGreen RiverGreybullGroverGuernsey
HHannaHartvilleHawk SpringsHilandHillsdaleHorse CreekHudsonHulettHuntleyHyattville
JJacksonJay EmJeffrey CityJelm
LLa BargeLagrangeLance CreekLanderLaramieLeiterLinchLingleLittle AmericaLonetreeLost SpringsLovellLuskLymanLysite
MMandersonManvilleMc KinnonMedicine BowMeeteetseMeridenMidwestMillsMoorcroftMooseMoranMountain View
PParkmanPavillionPine BluffsPinedalePoint Of RocksPowder RiverPowell
RRalstonRanchesterRawlinsRecluseRelianceRivertonRobertsonRock RiverRock SpringsRozet
SSaddlestringSaint StephensSaratogaSaveryShawneeShellSheridanShirley BasinShoshoniSinclairSmootStorySundanceSuperior
TTen SleepTeton VillageThayneThermopolisTie SidingTorrington
YYellowstone National ParkYoder
Easily find Wyoming Workers' Compensation Lawyers and Wyoming Workers' Compensation Law Firms for your location. Narrow your Workers' Compensation attorney search for Wyoming by major city or a specific Wyoming city using the city list. Or search for Wyoming Workers' Compensation attorneys by county. For more attorneys, search all Employment areas including Employee Rights, Employment Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Labor Law, Occupational Safety & Health, Pension & Benefits, Sexual Harassment, Whistleblower and Wrongful Termination attorneys.
Sample WY Workers' Compensation Cases
[¶1] Bradley M. Dale appeals from the district court's order affirming the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) denial of his claim for worker's compensation benefits related to an infection in his right knee. Contrary to Mr. Dale's contention, the OAH did not commit a fundamental ...
IN MATTER OF WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM OF GLAZE v. STATE EX REL., WYOMING WORKERS'SAFETY AND COMPENSATION DIVISION, 2009
[¶ 1] Paul Glaze appeals from the district court's order affirming the Medical Commission's ruling that he was not entitled to additional temporary total disability benefits. The Medical Commission determined that Mr. Glaze failed to meet his burden of proving that, after he had been ...
[¶ 1] Clayton Straube suffered an injury to his right knee while at work. The Workers' Compensation Division (Division) found the injury to be compensable and awarded benefits. Straube's knee never healed and approximately one year later he sought pre-authorization from the ...
IN THE MATTER OF WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM OF DECKER v. STATE EX REL. WYOMING MEDICAL COMMISSION, 2008
[¶2] In the first appeal, Worker's Compensation Claim of Decker v. State ex rel. Wyoming Medical Comm'n, 2005 WY 160, 124 P.3d 686 (Wyo. 2005) (Decker I), we vacated the Medical Commission's order because it failed to make findings that adequately explained the rationale for the ...
During his interview, Bronson advised that [the appellant] told the Kitchen Supervisor that one of the inmates did not properly clean the bread slicing machine. According 30 to Bronson, he went to the special diet area, where [the appellant] worked, to talk to him about it. Bronson ...
Other Practice Area
- Accident & Injury
- Bankruptcy & Debt
- Civil & Human Rights
- Consumer Rights
- Divorce & Family Law
- All Employment
- Employee Rights
- Employment Contracts
- Employment Discrimination
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Labor Law
- Occupational Safety & Health
- Pension & Benefits
- Sexual Harassment
- Workers' Compensation
- Wrongful Termination
- Environmental Law
- Health Care
- Industry Specialties
- Intellectual Property
- Lawsuit & Dispute
- Motor Vehicle
- Real Estate