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Wyoming’s full of wide-open spaces. It’s the smallest state by population and second smallest by population density. Only six people live in every square mile here.
Yet the state too has car accidents every day and slips and falls all the time.
Even the sparsity of the population can’t totally prevent accidents, so Wyomingites also get into accidents, just like residents of every state in the country and of every country in the world.
When they do, there’s Delta Lawsuit Loans to help.
We offer Wyoming pre-settlement loans to people who have gotten into accidents in Wyoming and have hired a lawyer to potentially pursue a Wyoming lawsuit funding.
Whether you’re considering suing or are suing after a car accident or slip and fall or any other personal injury or case we fund, you could be eligible for a lawsuit loan.
Your credit score and employment status are irrelevant to us, and you can use the money for whatever you want.
On top of all that, you only pay back if you win your lawsuit. Give us a call today or keep exploring our website to learn more.
In those accidents, 3,488 people were injured and 147 were killed. To put these numbers into perspective, there was more than one accident for every 40 people in Wyoming in 2019.
After an accident, there is one supreme rule to follow: Don’t leave the scene until you’ve fulfilled your legal obligations.
What those obligations are may depend on the situation.
Generally, if you’re able to give your injuries and the damage to your car, you want to call 911 if necessary and exchange information with the other driver.
You’re legally required to call for the police if someone is hurt or killed, $1,000 or more in property damage occurred, or any vehicle is no longer in working condition due to the accident.
Your own safety does take precedence, of course, and if moving would put you in danger, stay put.
Wyoming gives you a generous four years to file a car accident lawsuit. That said, the four years is a hard deadline. There’s little if any wiggle room, so you’ll want to stay on the safe side of the deadline by hiring a lawyer early.
Hiring a lawyer also gives you access to a Wyoming settlement loans should you choose to apply for one, so that’s another plus of getting an early start.
If the other driver was completely at fault for the accident, the case is simple: You’ll get paid your damages, or the settlement offer will be based on the assumption that a jury would award you the damages you’re seeking.
What happens, though, if you were yourself partially at fault?
As long as your fault did not exceed 50 percent, Wyoming still allows you to sue. That said, under the state’s modified comparative negligence rule, a jury will subtract whatever percentage of the accident you’re responsible for from your damages.
So if you’re seeking $25,000 but you’re 20 percent responsible, the jury will subtract 20 percent from $25,000, which is $5,000. That leaves you with $20,000.
If, however, you were more than 50 percent responsible for the accident, you won’t get anything.
If your case never goes to trial, the modified comparative negligence rule may never be applied formally, but it will certainly be used by the other driver’s insurer to come to a decision of how much to offer in the form of a settlement.
Car accident lawsuits take time––a lot of time.
You might be patient, but what about the hospital that treated your injuries?
What about your landlord? Will they wait? Probably not, which is why waiting for the money to come in, which can take months or even years, is not always an option.
For times like those, Delta Lawsuit Loans can help.
We offer Wyoming pre settlement funding that take only as little as 24 hours to receive.
That means that just a day after your lawyer submits the necessary documentation, you could have cash in your bank account in the form of a car accident loan. Not a promise of cash, like what you’ll get when you settle.
Real cash, in your bank account, as soon as a day after you apply.
Slip and fall law in Wyoming works basically the same as car accident law.
The statute of limitations, four years, is the same.
That means you have four years from the date of your slip and fall––which is a case when someone gets hurt on another person’s property––to file a lawsuit. If you miss that deadline, your case will almost certainly be dead on arrival.
Also the same is the modified comparative negligence rule.
Even if you were partially at fault for your slip and fall––if, for example, you weren’t looking where you were walking because you were distracted with your cell phone––you can still sue, provided you were 50 percent or less responsible for the accident.
The damages you receive will be reduced in proportion to your share of the fault.
As an example, say you sustained $5,000 in damages during a slip and fall but were 50 percent responsible.
You’d lose 50 percent, or $2,500, of your damages, leaving you with the other $2,500. Let’s say, though, that the jury finds you were 50.1 percent responsible––just a smidge more than the property owner.
In that case, you wouldn’t get $2,495. You’d get $0. Nothing. Wyoming law provides that you can’t collect damages if you were more than 50 percent responsible for the accident, and 50.1 percent is more than 50 percent.
While you wait for your settlement money, you can consider a slip and fall loan from Delta Lawsuit Loans.
A lawsuit loan makes a lot of sense for many plaintiffs who need their settlement money but still have weeks, months, or years to go before they see any of it.
It takes minutes to apply, and doing so can save you months of waiting for money that could possibly never come.
Why risk that when you can apply for a lawsuit loan today?
If you were injured in Wyoming and you’ve hired a lawyer we can fund your case, including if it occurred in one of these cities:
We also fund cases that occurred in other cities, towns, and unincorporated areas, as well as those that occurred on the road.
These cities are just examples. Bottom line: If it happened in Wyoming, we can fund it.
We won’t beat around the bush. Wyoming’s most famous for being home to Yellowstone National Park, the United States’ first national park.
Yellowstone has more geysers than anywhere else in the world. Wyoming is also home to the nation’s first designated national monument, Devils Tower National Monument.
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