WY Law Division
This article will first provide a contextual analysis of Wyoming co-employee liability law and its requirements. Second, this article will discuss the difficulties presented to an employee attempting to collect monies owed to him. This article will then uncover the confusion and intricacy behind the Wyoming Workers’ Compensation subrogation system, particularly as it pertains to co-employee liability and third-party liability. Finally, this article will provide an interpretive framework complete with alternative solutions to the problematic subrogation system found in Wyoming Statute section 27-14-105 as it pertains to co-employee liability and third-party liability, with the hopes of providing a workable solution to this confusing and often frustrating law
& Christopher Brennan,
Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t: A Contextual Analysis of Co-Employee Liability and Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Subrogation,
16 Wyo. L. Rev.
Available at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/wlr/vol16/iss2/8