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Grant Lawson, a former firefighter turned injury attorney and partner at Metier Law Firm, has been elected president of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. It is Wyoming’s largest and most active voluntary statewide legal organization.
To learn more, contact the attorney directly by calling 888-634-7366 or by submitting a contact form on this page. The consultation is free and confidential, and you owe no out-of-pocket attorney fees.
Lawson has a great deal of trial experience that has earned him a spot as the elected president of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association; this is the state’s largest and most active voluntary statewide legal organization. This organization focuses on ensuring equal access to quality legal protection for every citizen. As a personal injury attorney, Lawson’s focus is to enhance consumer protection and preserve each person’s right to trial by jury to ensure access to a fair recovery for those in need. Everyone should have equal access and opportunities within the justice system, and it is this belief that drives the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association on the whole and Lawson himself individually.
Some cases are more likely than others to go to trial; when this is the case, it’s important to seek out a trial attorney. While any attorney can go to trial, trial attorneys have undergone additional client advocacy training and generally have more experience with courtroom procedure than attorneys who prefer to settle out of court.
Whenever an injury victim and their family find themselves depending on the decision of a jury, it is important to have the best legal representation possible. Trial attorneys are well-versed and experienced in communicating to a jury, and may be more successful at achieving a desirable verdict than another attorney in the same situation.
Lawson focuses his practice primarily on victims of oil field and gas field drilling accidents, trucking, motorcycle, and car accidents, as well as medical malpractice. However, his experience reaches into other fields of personal injury law as well. To prevent further financial harm from coming to the families he represents, Lawson and many other personal injury attorneys offer free consultations and work on a contingency fee basis, which means if they don’t win their clients don’t pay. With this in mind, if you find yourself in need of legal representation after a personal injury, discuss your case with a trial attorney to learn more about your options for recovery.
To learn more, contact Grant Lawson directly by calling 888-634-7366 or by submitting a contact form on this page. The consultation is free and confidential, and you owe no out-of-pocket attorney fees.
I'm Rob Rosenthal, and this is an AskTheLawyers™ Legal Brief.
A former firefighter turned attorney has now been honored by his peers by being elected as president of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. Grand Lawson is a trial lawyer and a partner in the Metier Law Firm. The Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association is the state's largest and most active voluntary statewide legal organization.
They state their goal is to enhance consumer protection and preserve every citizen's right to trial by jury and access to a fair court system. Lawson represents victims of personal injury cases, and says He is honored to have been elected and hopes to positively impact the community around him, with the influence that this role grants to him. He says "It is fundamentally important for every citizen to have equal access to and opportunities in the justice system."
He goes on to say: "Some cases require the attention of an attorney who is not only educated but also experienced in trial. It is our job to protect our clients and their families when they find themselves depending on a jury of their peers to decide what the just action is in a specific situation."
Lawson focuses his practice on helping victims of oil field and gas field drilling accidents, trucking, motorcycle and car accidents, medical malpractice and other forms of personal injury.
This has been an AskTheLawyers™ Legal Brief.
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