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Wyoming Personal Injury Lawyer

After a serious car accident, motorcycle accident, work injury, or act of negligence leaves you injured, you deserve fair compensation. That's where the Olson Law Firm comes in. Sean Olson is an experienced personal injury attorney serving the entire state of Wyoming. He'll stand up to big insurance companies to make sure they pay what they owe you.

We are here to help injured people throughout the state of Wyoming

Cities we serve include: Cheyenne, Laramie, Rawlins, Douglas, and more!

We can handle a variety of personal injury cases, including:


Check Our Series of Frequently Asked Question Videos!

The Olson Law firm is committed to keeping people informed. Our FAQ videos offer deep information about various subjects. Check them out now!

What Are the Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

TBI symptoms vary widely depending on the person, the type of injury, its severity, and many other factors. Attorney Sean Olson explains what to look for after a suspected brain injury and what to do if you detect symptoms. Watch the Video

How Much Will My Brain Injury Settlement Be?

Every brain injury is unique. Medical professionals and legal professionals can work together to determine how a TBI has affected your life and your future to calculate the extent of your loss in financial terms. Click below to hear Sean Olson explain how this process works. Watch the Video

What is a Closed Head Injury?

Often caused by car crashes or falls, closed head injuries are a type of traumatic brain injury. In this form of TBI, nothing penetrates the skull. Hear attorney Sean Olson provide more details about closed head injuries in the video below. Watch the Video

What is Nursing Home Abuse?

Residents of long-term care facilities can fall victim to many kinds of abuse, including physical, emotional, and even sexual abuse. Sean Olson describes what signs to look for and what to do if you suspect a loved one may be experiencing abuse in a nursing home. Watch the Video

Who is At Fault in a Car Accident

Because Colorado is an “at-fault” state for auto insurance, it is critical to determine who was to blame for a car crash. Listen to attorney Sean Olson explain what “fault” and “negligence” mean in the legal world, and what a victim must prove to have a successful car crash claim. Watch the Video

What is a Spinal Cord Injury?

The spinal cord connects the brain with the rest of the body. Even slight damage to the spinal cord can have serious and lasting effects on a person. Sean Olson discusses the causes, effects, and legal issues surrounding spinal cord injuries in the video below. Watch the Video


Sean Olson is a trial lawyer and founding member of the Olson Law Firm. Sean practices law in Colorado and Wyoming.

Sean provides unrivaled representation in and outside courtrooms at the state and federal level. Beforing founding his own practice, Sean served as a partner at a prominent law firm. He also served as an associate attorney at a national litigation firm.

Sean provides expert level service with boutique-quality personal representation. He’s able to give the same quality of service with the “big firms” while giving you a tailored experience.

To get started on your case, contact Sean today.

Wyoming Personal Injury Lawyers

Many people who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence are not prepared to deal with the physical, emotional, and financial fallout from the accident. It is easy to be overwhelmed by all the medical appointments and extra expenses on top of your regular bills, especially when you cannot work due to your injuries.

At the Olson Law Firm, our experienced Wyoming personal injury attorney has devoted his career to helping accident victims recover the financial compensation they need to move forward with their lives. Personal injury attorney Sean Olson will guide you through the process of both healing and demanding justice for your injuries. Throughout it all, our law firm provides an unwavering client experience and outstanding results.

If you or a loved one has been injured in Wyoming due to someone else’s negligence, you need an experienced personal injury attorney who has the skills and the resources to fight for the fair and full compensation you deserve. At the Olson Law Firm, we prepare every case for trial, even as we enter into settlement negotiations. That’s because sometimes the best way to ensure that the insurance company pays you what your injuries are worth is to take your case to trial and tell your story to a jury.

Please contact the Olson Law Firm today to schedule a free initial consultation so we can review the details of your personal injury case. We will treat you like family as soon as you walk through our front door, and you will feel that same level of support and compassion throughout the entirety of your case.

Cities We Serve: Serving Injured Clients Throughout Wyoming







South Greeley

And all surrounding cities!

Common Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Cheyenne

At the Olson Law Firm, we handle a wide variety of personal injury cases in Cheyenne, including:

Attorney Sean Olson and the Olson Law Firm provide clients with the personal attention, compassion, and legal representation that they need during this stressful time. Sean offers his legal services on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not pay anything unless he can secure a favorable settlement or verdict for you.

Please contact our firm today to set up a free consultation, and let us answer any questions you have about your case.

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Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

A Word from Sean

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?A personal injury lawyer can be a big help when you are trying to get compensation from someone who injured you, or when trying to negotiate with their insurer. However, not everybody needs to hire a lawyer to obtain compensation. It all depends on certain circumstances.

How Injured Are You?

The greater your injury, the more likely you need to hire a lawyer. Someone who is seriously injured is entitled to compensation for their injuries, which could be substantial. For example, you can receive compensation for:

  • Medical expenses, such as surgery, doctor’s visits, prescription drugs, equipment, rehabilitation
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage (e.g., car damage caused by a collision)

You can also receive compensation for less tangible injuries like pain and suffering, emotional distress, or physical disfigurement. These intangible injuries can be worth as much—or even more—than economic losses like lost wages, medical bills, and property damage.

Sit down and estimate how much your injuries are worth. Look at medical bills, pay stubs, and repair estimates to calculate economic losses. Then multiply these by 2 to 3 to calculate any intangible injuries like pain and suffering.

If your injuries are worth a thousand dollars or less, you might be able to get by without a lawyer. Hiring one may not be worth the money, and you might struggle to find someone to represent you. However, if they are worth more, then you should consider at least consulting with an attorney.

Are You a Good Negotiator?

Many injured victims settle their claims before ever going to trial. However, negotiating with a powerful insurance company can be tough, especially if you don’t like conflict.

Think back to other situations in which you negotiated, for example at a dealership when buying a new car. Did you enjoy the experience? Were you able to get a good deal by dickering with the sales agent? If not, then you may have trouble dealing with a skilled insurance adjuster, and you may need a lawyer to represent you.

Can You Learn Court Rules?

The only real leverage you have in settlement negotiations is that you can file a lawsuit if negotiations fail. You might even file a lawsuit before engaging in settlement negotiations. Regardless, learning court rules on your own is time-consuming.

Fortunately, the Colorado small claims court system is available to you. This court has simplified procedures and you don’t need a lawyer. Unfortunately, you can only file in small claims court if you are seeking $7,500 or less. If your case is worth more, you’ll need to file in county or district  court and follow the same rules as a lawyer.

If you don’t think you have the time to learn these rules, you should probably talk to a personal injury lawyer about representing you.

Speak with a Denver Personal Injury Lawyer Today

We understand how stressed accident victims feel. At the Olson Law Firm, our team has helped countless accident victims get the compensation they deserve to begin repairing their lives. To help you decide whether you want to hire us, we offer potential clients a free consultation, which you can schedule by calling 303-586-7297 or submitting our contact form online.

What is a Lien in a Personal Injury Case?

Understanding Liens in Personal Injury Cases

If you’re involved in a personal injury claim, you may have heard the term “lien” used. But what is it? Denver personal injury lawyer Sean Olson explains:

A lien in a personal injury case is essentially money owed to someone else. It often comes up in the case of healthcare that you’ve been provided as a result of injuries that you’ve suffered. In those situations, an insurance company might pay for your healthcare along the way, but if your case is ultimately resolved and you receive money as a result of those injuries, your insurance company is going to want the money that they put into your healthcare back so when you receive a settlement, when you receive a judgment, your insurer is going to be entitled to a portion of that money to recoup its own costs.

If you’ve heard that there’s a lien on your personal injury case, it’s important to talk to an experienced personal injury attorney who knows how liens work. An experienced attorney might be able to reduce that amount or eliminate it entirely from any settlement or judgment you might ultimately receive. It all depends on the facts of your particular case.

What Should I Look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Finding a car accident lawyer, truck accident lawyer, or another kind of personal injury attorney can seem overwhelming.

Personal injury attorney Sean Olson talks about some of the things that make a quality lawyer stand out:

There are three main things I would suggest anybody look for in a personal injury attorney. The first is find someone you like and someone you’re comfortable with. You’ll also want to seek out someone who’s experienced in handling personal injury cases. That expertise will go a long way in making sure that you ultimately receive justice for the injuries that you’ve suffered. Finally, make sure you find a personal injury attorney who’s willing and able to take your case to a trial.

Finding an attorney who knows how to take your case to a trial and tell your story to a jury of your own community members, is the only way to make sure that the insurance company comes to the table and pays you what your injuries are worth. The Olson Law Firm is a team of trial attorneys. We know how to take your case to trial and we’ll treat you like family when you walk through our front door so that we’re able to tell your story and get you justice for the things that have been done.

What Do Personal Injury Lawyers Do?

After suffering injuries because of someone else’s carelessness, a personal injury lawyer can help you get fairly compensated. They’ll let you focus on getting your life back on track.

But what exactly does your attorney do? Sean Olson of The Olson Law Firm explains:

Most people who have been harmed as a result of someone else’s negligence or fault, aren’t prepared to deal with the injuries and life-altering consequences of those kinds of accidents. A personal injury attorney can help guide you through the process of both healing and receiving justice and compensation for your injuries. Personal injury attorneys will undertake an investigation of what occurred to you. They’ll represent you in front of the insurance companies or those who are responsible for paying for your injuries.

Ultimately, a personal injury attorney will be prepared to tell your story and possibly even take your case to a trial and tell your story to a jury and be able to make those people understand what happened, how it affected you, and then be able to ask them to make things right by getting you justice. At the Olson Law Firm, we know that every personal injury accident is different. We treat every client like a member of our family and we look out for their interests as though their interests are our own.

How Do I Win My Personal Injury Claim?

A Personal Injury Claim Can Be a Complex Issue

Here, Denver personal injury attorney explains how you can improve your chances of winning your claim:

How do I win a personal injury claim? | https://olsonlawfirm.com/

To win a personal injury claim, you need to be able to prove first that you are injured and second, that someone else caused those injuries either negligently or throughout some fault of their own. To prove those injuries, you will need medical records, you’ll need testimony from your doctors, and possibly, the testimony of other witnesses who can talk about how those injuries have affected your life. You’ll also need to be able to prove that the injuries resulted from someone else’s negligence.

If you can prove those things, you may be able to convince an insurance adjuster to settle your case but if not, you may have to take your case and tell your story to a jury. In either scenario, an experienced trial attorney can help. There’s a lot of work that goes into winning a personal injury claim, from the initial investigation all the way through preparing and presenting a trial to a jury. The team at the Olson Law Firm knows how to present a case and tell your story so that you can get justice for the injuries that you’ve suffered and you can win your personal injury claim.

What is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Determing the Value of Your Personal Injury Case

The value of your claim or case depends on a variety of factors. Each personal injury claim is different, so it’s important to have an attorney review what happened. They know what to look for and how to maximize your claim.

Denver car accident lawyer Sean Olson explains further:

What is my personal injury case worth? | Denver Personal Injury Attorney

What is my personal injury case worth? | https://olsonlawfirm.com/

A personal injury case can be anything from a car accident to a slip-and-fall to a medical malpractice case. Every single case is different. How much your case is worth will be dependent upon what your injuries actually were and whether or not you can prove that someone else is responsible for causing those accidents. In any of those scenarios, it’s important to find an attorney who’s solely focused on personal injury matters.

Personal injury matters can be complicated affairs and having an attorney who’s experienced and knows how the insurance companies work and how to present your case to a jury is of the utmost importance in making sure that you receive as much compensation as you can for the injuries that you’ve suffered. In any event, it’s important to come in and talk to the team at the Olson Law Firm so we can understand your story and understand your injuries and how they’ve affected your life.

Once we have an understanding of how those things have affected you, we can create an accurate picture of what your personal injury case might actually be worth.

Reach out to an Experienced Accident Attorney Today

The Olson Law Firm focuses on helping people in Wyoming. A serious injury from a car accident, slip and fall, or medical negligence can leave you looking for answers. We listen to our clients and make sure they know they are more than a number to us.

Our main office is located in Denver, but we’re also open in Cheyenne, Wyoming and we’re more than happy to meet you there. We’ll even pay a visit to your home to discuss your case.

Reach out today with a phone call or email and we’ll be in touch right away. Let’s Talk