The Teton County Access to Justice Center is a self-help legal resource center in downtown Jackson, Wyoming. In this location, you can use resources of the Center and get advice from volunteer lawyers. Through the Center, income-qualified community members of Teton County may also obtain free and reduced-fee legal representation through the assistance of local attorneys.
This Workman’s Compensation site provides detailed information about Workman’s Compensation rights, responsibilities, and procedures such as how to report an injury, disability benefits, and other related topics.
Using the information at the Wyoming Judicial Branch, you can learn about all courts, boards, and commissions of the Wyoming court system. The Supreme Court hears appeals of decisions of district courts and acts on petitions from litigants who are dissatisfied with a decision of a district court.