Meyer, Shaffer and Stepans

“If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.  Therein is a drop of honey that catches his heart, which, say what you will, is the great high-road to his reason, and which, when once gained, you will find but little trouble in convincing his judgment of the justice of your cause.”  Abraham Lincoln

Ryan Shaffer and Rob StepansPeople seek legal counsel after being treated unfairly or suffering a significant loss.  The impacts of such losses can be catastrophic and it is important to hire a law firm that has the experience and resources to handle your case.  We always encourage potential clients to talk with several law firms or attorneys to make sure that they are comfortable with the people who will be representing them.

We keep our case load small so we can focus our efforts on the details of a case, which results in our clients expressing appreciation for our personal touch and responsive service.

Our Firm has taken on difficult and complicated personal injury cases and we believe that every case has to be prepared for trial.  If you are looking for a law firm to negotiate a quick settlement we are probably not the right fit for you.  Our Firm accepts a select number of cases that we are willing to stand behind and fight through to a jury trial.  For specific examples of the types of cases we litigate, please visit the individual practice pages:

Our Attorneys

Selecting a trial lawyer to handle your case is an important decision and you should seek the advice and opinions of multiple lawyers before deciding to hire an attorney.  More about our lawyers, please visit their individual pages through the links below.

Ryan Shaffer – Ryan has spent his career in civil litigation representing both plaintiffs and defendants.  He gets his greatest satisfaction … (more …)

Robert L. Stepans – A Wyoming native, Rob has been a trial attorney for his entire legal career.  In his capacity as a Supervising Attorney – Senior Assistant Public Defender for the State of Wyoming, … (more …)