ABOUT Mr. Robert Todd Ingram
After 19 years of successful practice, Todd Ingram joined the Metier Law Firm, LLC, in 2017. A veteran personal injury attorney, Todd has devoted his professional life to helping people with serious brain injuries, nerve damage, and other severe injuries caused by vehicle crashes, industrial accidents and medical negligence. He has earned the respect of his peers through his tireless work ethic, attention to detail, and incisive analytical ability. When other attorneys have questions, they call Todd. In recognition of his dedication to protecting the rights of the injured, he was recently elected President of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association for 2017-18.
Todd earned his law degree from the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law, graduating in the top 2% of his class. He then clerked for Chief Judge William F. Downes, U.S. District Court, in Casper, Wyoming. Todd next served in the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., defending the United States in high-profile civil litigation. In 2003, he returned to Casper and entered private practice.
Professional Experience as a Personal Injury Attorney in Wyoming
Todd’s experience includes co-litigating a case with Metier Law Firm’s Senior Managing Partner Tom Metier, which garnered a $9 million verdict – the largest medical malpractice verdict in Wyoming history. As a partner in Ingram Olheiser, P.C., he handled cases involving wrongful death, brain injury, paralysis from spinal cord injuries, chronic pain, industrial accidents, medical malpractice, insurance bad faith, motorcycle accidents and car accidents.
Todd is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Wyoming and Colorado.
Member: Wyoming Bar Association and Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.
Appellate advocacy: Successfully briefed and argued numerous cases before the Wyoming Supreme Court and U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Areas of LAW
- Bus Accident
- Car Accident
- Drunk Driving Accident
- Motorcycle Accident
- Personal Injury
- Truck Accident
- Wrongful Death