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Wyoming Consumer Resources

If you are living in the state of Wyoming, and looking for resources on local information, we can help you. We have compiled a comprehensive list of state resources that will point you in the direction. Whether you are looking for state agencies, legal resources, educational, financial, health, or employment-related sites, we have all of the information provided in the links.

Below is a summary of what each link has to offer. Any necessary contact information is also included.

STATE AGENCIES

Attorney General – Get information on how the Attorney General is protecting families and consumers of Wyoming. You can read about criminal justice and how to protect yourself against identity theft. Get recent consumer news or file a complaint. You can also reach the office at (307) 777-7841.

Department of Insurance – This department oversees insurance companies to ensure they are providing consumers with affordable services and operating in Wyoming law. Research credentials of different types of insurance and agents. You can file a total loss claim. Links to the department’s email are also available.

Public Service Commission – This department is dedicated to protecting consumers by ensuring that public utility companies are providing affordable and safe services and operating within Wyoming law. Get information on energy efficiency and view orders or dockets. You can contact the commission at 307-777-7427.

LEGAL RESOURCES

Small Claims Court – Whether you’re looking to pursue a case, or just want more general information, this website can provide the basics you need to know for Wyoming’s small courts system. View statutes, attorney requirements, and court cost limits. Learn about special provisions in Wyoming law. It’s all just a click away.

Lemon Law – Do you suspect your recently purchased vehicle is a lemon? View this website for characteristics that qualify your car as such. Read our interview with an advisor at the Attorney General’s office on the step-by-step process on what you can do. Additional contact information is also available.

EDUCATION

Department of Education – Get more information on the education system of Wyoming through this site. View press releases and get information on specific districts. Learn about educational programs and funds through the department. You can contact the department at (307) 777-7690.

HEALTH CARE

Department of Health – Get basic health information and assistance through this site. You can view health certificates and research different health facilities in the state. Apply online for Medicaid and Kid Care. You can contact the department at (307) 777-7656.

Affordable Care Act – Learn about Wyoming’s Affordable Care Act through this website. It provides an overview of the act and who it is available to. Read about eligibility and costs. You can also find out a list of retiree programs accepted through the act.

EMPLOYMENT

Department of Workforce Services – Get information on employment opportunities through this site. Wyoming residents can search for jobs or file for unemployment. Employers can file reports or view regulations. You can reach the Unemployment Insurance Division at (307) 235-3264.

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