Curtis B. Buchhammer

Curtis B. Buchhammer: Attorney with Buchhammer & Kehl, P.C.


Pi Sigma Alpha. Co-Author and Lecturer: Evidence in Trial Practice; Trying the Soft Tissue Injury Case; Premises Liability; Injuries in the Workplace. Who's Who in Practicing Attorneys, 1991. Annotated Case: Bennett v. Pace, 731 P.2d 33 (Wyo. 1987), 86 ALR 4th 733.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Insurance Defense Law
  • Personal Injury Litigation
  • Products Liability Litigation
  • Motor Carrier Defense
  • Civil Rights

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
307-634-2184  Phone
University Attended:
University of Wyoming, B.S., 1980
Law School Attended:
University of Wyoming, J.D., 1984
Year of First Admission:
1984, Wyoming
Laramie County and American Bar Associations; Wyoming State Bar; Defense Lawyers Association of Wyoming; Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association; Trucking Industry Defense Association; Barrister, American Inns of Court.
Birth Information:
Scottsbluff, Nebraska, September 6, 1958
Reported Cases:
Weller v. Weller, 960 P.2d 493 (Wyo. 1998); Nowotny v. L & B Contract Industries, Inc., 933 P.2d 452 (Wyo. 1997); Bredthauer v. CSSA, 824 P.2d 560 (Wyo. 1992); Bennett v. Pace, 731 P.2d 33 (Wyo. 1987); Wyo. Ins. Dept. v. Avemco Ins. Co., 726 P.2d 507 (Wyo. 1986); Long-Russell v. Hampe, 2002 WY 16 (Wyo. 2002).
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates

Peer Reviews

Cheyenne, Wyoming

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