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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by: Shaina Case Even with the federal estate tax exemption limit currently set at $11.4 million per individual (sunsetting in 2025 and reverting to $5 million per individual unless Congress changes the law before then), many are not aware that their taxable estate may...read more
Attorneys Khale Lenhart and Erin Berry recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of a payroll company involved in a personal injury action. The lawsuit alleged plaintiff sustained serious injuries after falling from the roof of a construction project due to...read more
Jason Mitchell is excited to join Hirst Applegate as a law clerk for the summer. Jason recently completed his second year at the University of Wyoming College of Law. During his time in law school, Jason has participated with the Wyoming Law Review, where he has been...read more
Attorneys Erin Berry and Richard Mincer recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of a residential developer involved in a private road dispute. The lawsuit involved the extension of a road in a subdivision. The Complaint alleged breach of contract, promissory...read more
In December 2016, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration released the ELDT final rule that requires anyone seeking a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) for the first time to complete a formal training course before he or she can take the CDL skills test. The...read more