We get this question all the time. I’m sure every other plaintiff’s law firm does as well. And it’s a good question. At the end of the day, a plaintiff’s lawyer doesn’t come cheap. Most of the time, you’re going to pay your lawyer 33-40%… Read On

If you’ve been injured as a result of negligence, carelessness, or another form of medical malpractice during gallbladder removal surgery in Denver, contact the Olson Law Firm right away. Medical malpractice cases are complex, but our skilled legal team knows how to hold medical professionals… Read On

HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO SUE SOMEONE FOR PERSONAL INJURY IN WYOMING?  If you’re hurt as a result of someone’s negligence in Wyoming, you have a right to file a lawsuit against that person or corporation to compensate you for the harm that was… Read On

Turkey day has not been canceled. But with the efforts recommended to slow the spread of COVID-19, it will most likely be somewhat different. Your Olson Law Firm Family wants to share with you a few of the recommendations that may help you and your… Read On

Wyoming is the fourth most dangerous state to drive in, according to data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, which reports that Wyoming had 19.2 deaths per 100,000 residents. Wyoming’s numbers were not far behind the most dangerous state, Mississippi, which had 22.2 deaths… Read On

Parents across America agree summer is highly unusual this year. It’s caused largely by COVID-19, which is requiring many workers to telecommute, as well as the cancellation of many summer programs for children. Stay-at-home orders have been in place for months and are likely to… Read On

Hundreds of back seat passengers who die in motor vehicle crashes across the U.S. each year while not wearing their seat belts would likely have survived their accidents had they been buckled in, many studies, including this one released by the Centers for Disease Control… Read On

You Don’t Need to Leave the House to Meet with Our Lawyers We all have a duty to keep ourselves, our families, our neighbors, and our communities safe right now. This means temporarily reshaping the way we live our lives to combat the novel coronavirus… Read On

The period from the Wednesday before Thanksgiving until January 2 is the busiest time for holiday travelers.     Traffic increases significantly during this time as people travel to visit family and friends and attend holiday parties and other events. Below, we’ll examine the statistics… Read On