Our firm works on a contingency fee basis for personal injury cases. Our fees are always in accordance with guidelines imposed by the Wyoming Supreme Court. The fees can vary depending on the nature of the case. Generally, our firm charges a 33 1/3% contingent fee. The fees can increase if a case is more complex or in the event of an appeal. The attorneys will determine the appropriate fee on a case by case basis.
Richard Wolf, Robert W. Tiedeken, and Rhonda Woodard have decades of experience in handling plaintiff's personal injury litigation.
In the last several years Wolf, Tiedeken & Woodard, LLP have represented clients in significant verdicts and settlements of cases involving wrongful death, birth injury, missed diagnoses of cancer, emergency room malpractice, workplace injuries, automobile accidents, and trucking accidents.
Wolf, Tiedeken & Woodard, LLP is considered one of the preeminent plaintiff's law firms in Wyoming. We are one of the few Wyoming personal injury firms listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. www.martindale.com.
Generally in Wyoming a case can take up to several years depending on the circumstance. Wyoming courts are known to be faster than most other states.
Statutes of limitations are laws that set certain time limits for bringing certain kinds of lawsuits. These time limits can vary depending on the type of case. If an injured person does not pursue their case within the time limits they can lose their right to do so.