What We Do

Wyoming Personal Injury Attorneys

Catastrophic Injury · Wrongful Death

For over 40 years, The Fitzgerald Law Firm, based in Cheyenne, Wyoming, has delivered extraordinary results for clients all over the United States with our cornerstone belief: finding the truth and justice.

What Makes The Fitzgerald Law Firm Unique?

We are a father-son team with nearly 50 years of combined experience handling personal injury cases in and out of the courtroom. Our case results include multiple record-setting verdicts, some of which are the largest upheld on appeal in the state of Wyoming. Keep in mind: getting verdicts is only part of the job – your lawyer should have a proven record of upholding verdicts on appeal.

Unlike many law firms in Wyoming that handle a wide range of litigation types, The Fitzgerald Law Firm focuses solely on personal injury and death cases. Most of our practice is devoted to helping individuals and their families suffering from catastrophic injuries or incidents of wrongful death. This includes many medical malpractice cases as well as those involving serious injury or wrongful death from car accidents, oil field accidents, slips and falls, and burns, among other causes.

We can finance cases of all sizes without ever needing to borrow money or requiring a client to borrow money. And because we are highly selective about our caseload, we are able to devote more time and personalized attention to every single client than would be possible in a larger firm.

The Fitzgerald Law Firm prides itself on treating each client as though they were one of our own family.

We can take our cases to trial, if necessary to get a proper result, rather than simply settling out of court. We have a solid record on appeal, too, and we do the appellate work ourselves.

Our own personal experience working on oil rigs, gas pipelines, and construction sites give us the kind of insider know-how that can make or break a case in court. Jim worked 40 different jobs to pay his own way through college and law school. These invaluable experiences also mean we can relate to our clients on a deeper level than what most big law firms can offer.

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed, you are welcome to contact us today for a free case evaluation.


Estate of M.K.A. Andersen v. Western Chemical Specialties


American National Bank of Cheyenne v. Hannifan


M.S. and G.S. v. Railroad Services Company


Tobin v. SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals


Armstrong v. Bisbee, AZ, & Phelps Dodge Corp.


Estate of Guinn v. Builders Transportation Co.

What kind of cases does the Fitzgerald Law Firm handle?

We limit our practice to cases for people with serious, permanent, disabling injuries or loss of a loved one. These cases we handle are personal injury cases, medical malpractice cases, and wrongful death cases. Injury and wrongful death cases results from truck wrecks, car accidents, fires, burns and explosions, slips and falls, defective products, oil field catastrophes, medical errors, and in many other ways.

Does it cost me anything to contact the Fitzgerald Law Firm about my case?

If you think you have a potential case, please contact us. We’ll talk with you and if we can help you, we will. We get paid at the end of your case, but only if we get money for you. If not, you owe us nothing.

Should I contact an attorney about my case?

Yes, call or messages right away. If you wait too long, you may miss the deadline to bring any case at all. To file any notice and a lawyer against the wrong doer that injured or killed your loved one. to bring any case at all.

The fact that you are reading this means you have some questions that need to be answered. You might have a case – or you might not–but the only way to find out is the contact an attorney. You can find our contact form

The Fitzgerald Law Firm

2108 Warren Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001-3740
E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: (307) 634-4000
Fax: (307) 635-2391
Toll Free: 1 (877) 634-1001

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