Claassen v. Nord
In Claassen v. Nord, 756 P.2d 189, 194 (Wyo. 1988) the Court reaffirmed its general holdings that self-serving affidavits not based in fact may be insufficient to create a genuine issue of material fact in a particular context. 756 P.2d at 194.
In that case the Court held the affidavits in question did not sufficiently support a claim of negligence because they failed to include any facts that went directly to the knowledge of the defendants necessary to show breach of the duty of care.