Hirst Applegate draws on years of experience in assisting employers navigate the worker’s compensation system, including evaluating and contesting claims and award of benefits. If you have a question about an employee claim for benefits or the validity of an alleged workplace injury, Hirst Applegate can help evaluate the claim, assess the impact the claim will have on an employer’s worker’s compensation premiums, and assist in contesting the claim.
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Attorney Shaina A. Case gave a presentation entitled “Wyoming Probate 101” through the CRMC Foundation on April 25, 2019. Shaina, a client-centered attorney with Hirst Applegate, LLP, focuses her practice in wills, trusts, and estate and trust administration. Shaina...read more
by: Shaina Case There exist multiple business entities to choose from but deciding which one you need or want may depend on how you plan to operate your business and the advice you receive from your accountant and attorney. This article examines the limited liability...read more
Attorneys Rob Jarosh and Erin Berry recently co-authored The Current Status of Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession, published in the April 2019 edition of the Wyoming Lawyer. The article examines the status of sexual harassment in the legal profession and the...read more
by: Amanda Good The Department of Labor has announced a proposed rule that it anticipates would make more than one million more American workers eligible for overtime pay. Certain salaried employees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and...read more
By: Traci Lacock Electronic logging has led to more accurate tracking of hours of service for truckers. Due to this change, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is considering significant changes to several of its rules. Pursuant to the Advance...read more