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Wyoming Slip and Fall Lawyer

If you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall accident in Wyoming, The Advocates are here to help.

A Slip and Fall Accident Attorney Can Help Your Case

Slip and fall accidents may seem like minor events, but they can have devastating effects, particularly for people over 65. Slips, trips, and falls often lead to steep medical bills, as well as non-economic damages such as pain and suffering or emotional trauma.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to a property owner’s negligence and need an experienced personal injury attorney for your premises liability claim, The Advocates will be by your side. We are committed to fighting for a fair settlement offer for your personal injury case. Contact us today for a free consultation.

The Next Steps In Your Case


Immediately after your accident, check for injuries

Hire Attorney

Contact The Advocates as soon as possible to begin the road to recovery


Seek medical attention as soon as you can

Medical Records

Get any property damage assessed and repaired

Treatment Completed

Once you've completed treatment, your case can move forward


Your Advocate will send a demand letter to the other party

Frequently Asked Questions

Not every accident requires an attorney. However, if the accident resulted in injuries or significant property damage, it is a good idea to contact a lawyer. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you navigate the claims process, which can be lengthy and complex. Your attorney will build your case, keep track of your medical records, negotiate with insurance companies, and represent you in court if necessary. Studies have shown that accident victims who hire a personal injury lawyer can receive settlements up to 3.5 times larger than if they settled on their own.

The best way to know if you have a case is to speak with an attorney. The Advocates offer free consultations—you can speak with a qualified legal team to understand what your case is worth without paying a dime. Once you have decided to hire an Advocate, we will investigate your accident to firmly establish liability.

Your initial consultation with us is always 100% free. There are never any upfront costs or hidden fees when you hire The Advocates.

Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, which means that our attorney fees are calculated as a percentage of your settlement. You will not pay us unless we win your case, and you receive a settlement.

Every personal injury case is different. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to accident claims. The length of the claims process will depend on the severity of your injuries, the willingness of the other party to settle, the court’s caseload, and more.

In general, personal injury cases can take anywhere from several months to a few years. It’s important to contact an attorney as soon as possible to get your case started. Each state has a statute of limitations for personal injury cases, after which you will lose your right of action.

When you hire The Advocates, we will begin investigating your accident immediately while you finish medical treatment. Once all evidence and medical records have been compiled, your attorney will send a demand letter to the other party’s insurance company. At this point, negotiations will begin.

In many cases, a settlement can be reached during negotiations. If the other party refuses to make a fair offer, you may choose to file a suit. In the litigation phase, your attorney will represent you in court in front of a judge, jury, and/or arbitrator.

A Team of Legal Professionals Assigned to Your Case

For nearly 30 years, The Advocates have helped thousands of personal injury victims receive the compensation and care they deserve after their accidents, and we are prepared to do the same for you. 

We can help you:

  • Understand the claims process
  • Access medical care and other treatment such as physical therapy
  • Investigate your accident
  • Build your case
  • Negotiate with insurance adjusters

You only pay if we win your case!

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Wyoming Slip and Fall Statistics

Wyoming slip, trip, and fall statistics

  • One out of five falls causes a serious injury
  • Falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injuries
  • According to the Wyoming Department of Health, Wyoming consistently ranks in the top ten states for highest percentage of fall injuries
  • Women, particularly elderly women, are far more likely to experience a hip fracture after a fall than men
  • The demographic groups with the highest rates of fall accidents are those over 65 years old, people with disabilities, and people who live in rural areas
  • Once a person has been injured from a fall, they are more likely to fall again

When do slip and falls often happen?

A fall can happen just about anywhere, at any time. However, certain circumstances may increase the risk of slips, trips, and falls:

  • Unmarked wet floors: When a spill happens in a grocery store, restaurant, or other public space, it should be cleaned up as quickly as possible to prevent slipping. Wet floor signs should be present until the spill is completely cleaned and dried
  • Snow and ice: Wyoming is prone to icy conditions. Many slip and fall accidents happen in the winter
  • Uneven surfaces: Sidewalks and parking lots often have large cracks or potholes that can cause a fall
  • Damaged or uneven flooring: Torn carpet, broken tiles, or uneven transitions between different types of flooring can create a tripping hazard
  • Obstacles or hazards on walkway: People may trip and fall over objects left in walkways, particularly if they are visually impaired or otherwise disabled
  • Falls from ladders or other equipment: Many workers’ compensation claims are a result of falling while on the job
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Common injuries from slip and fall

Common slip and fall injuries 

Depending on several factors, slip and fall injuries can range from mild to life-threatening. Some common injuries resulting from fall accidents include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord, neck, and back injuries
  • Broken bones, especially hips
  • Sprains and strains, particularly to the wrists, hands, or ankles

Wyoming Premises Liability Laws

Man grabbing his knee after falling down on a sidewalk

Who is responsible for my slip and fall accident?

If you were injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you will need to prove negligence by establishing the following:

  • Duty: The property owner was responsible for keeping the area safe for you
  • Breach of duty: The property owner failed to keep the area reasonably safe
  • Causation: The dangerous conditions on the property caused your injury
  • Damages: You suffered damages such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, or even funeral expenses for a loved one due to the property owner’s negligence

You must also be able to prove that the property owner knew or should have known about the dangerous conditions and failed to fix them.

Typically, property owners are not responsible for injuries sustained by trespassers. If an accident victim was injured due to their own carelessness (for example, a person who slips on a wet floor while distracted by a text message), their claim may be reduced or denied.

Are slip and falls covered by insurance?

Many businesses have general liability insurance that should cover damages resulting from a slip and fall accident; however, this coverage is not required under Wyoming law. If your fall happened while on the job, your employer’s workers’ comp insurance may cover your damages.

If your injury happened at another person’s home, their homeowners’ insurance should cover a personal injury lawsuit. Regardless of where your accident occurred, your injuries will only be covered if you can prove negligence on the part of the property owner.

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Attorneys and clients talk about accident case

What is the statute of limitations for slip and falls?

For any personal injury case, a plaintiff only has a certain amount of time to file their claim. After that time period is up, they lose their right of action. This is referred to as the statute of limitations.

In Wyoming, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is 4 years. However, it is a good idea to file your claim much sooner than that. Personal injury cases can take a long time to settle, so it is a good idea to give yourself as much time as possible before the statute of limitations is up. As soon as you think you may have a case, contact a personal injury lawyer so they may begin working on your claim.

Why Should I Hire a Wyoming Slip and Fall Attorney?

Wyoming is a modified comparative negligence state. This means that you must be found less than 51% responsible for your accident. You will be required to prove the property owner’s negligence before you are able to collect any damages from their insurance company.

Trying to prove negligence on your own can be difficult, stressful, and potentially detrimental to your recovery. A personal injury lawyer with The Advocates can provide you with the legal representation you need.

We will help you compile evidence from your accident, keep track of your medical records, and negotiate with insurance companies. Our Wyoming personal injury lawyers have years of experience helping accident victims in their recoveries.

The Advocates will be here every step of the way for your slip and fall claim. Protecting your best interests is our number-one priority. Call us today for a free case evaluation. You deserve fierce, competent representation. You deserve an Advocate.


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