Hirst Applegate is experienced in defending a broad range of professional liability claims. Our attorneys have experience in defending claims against:
- Physicians and medical providers
- Hospitals and nursing homes
- Mental healthcare providers
- Insurance agents and brokers
- Boards of Directors
- School administrators
- Real estate professionals
Our attorneys have represented individual professionals as well as major firms and practices. Our experience involves defending professionals in a wide variety of claims, including negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation, and breach of fiduciary duties. The firm practices throughout the state of Wyoming in both federal and state courts as well as in administrative settings.
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