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The aftermath of an injury can be stressful and difficult. Not only are you injured, but if your injury is serious you may be dealing with the medical community to get proper medical treatment, you may be losing wages, and you may have other damages and inconveniences in your life for both you and your...

We recommend that you not speak to the at-fault party’s insurance company unless you have first spoken to an attorney. Even if these insurance companies have advertised themselves on TV as being virtuous and kind, and even if the person on the phone sounds friendly, beware. Insurance companies make more money the less they pay...

If we are unable to settle your case we will file a lawsuit on your behalf. Litigation begins when the complaint is filed and defendants are served with a summons and complaint. A complaint is a legal document that summarizes the plaintiff’s (injured person’s) claims against the defendants. Each defendant is then required to file...

One of our goals is to make our process as easy as possible for you. After you sign up, we will immediately act to preserve evidence and protect your interests from any insurance companies that may be involved. Immediately after you sign up with us, we will contact all parties and insurance companies to tell...

If you have been injured due to the negligence of another, under the law you are entitled to receive your damages from the at fault party or their insurance company.  Your damages include what the accident has cost you in terms of money.  This includes compensation for past and future out of pocket expenses, including...

This depends on the facts of your case, the witnesses, and the injuries you sustained. If you would like us to evaluate your case, call us at (907) 276-1919. We are available to discuss your case on the phone and to set up an appointment with a lawyer, if appropriate. If you or a loved one...

Costs are separate from attorneys’ fees. We do not expect clients to advance us money to pay the costs we incur pursuing their cases. When we accept your case, we agree to advance all costs necessary to bring your case to a successful conclusion. This includes minor items like copying expenses, medical records, deposition expenses...

We believe in being up front and honest about our attorneys’ fees, so we explain in detail on our website how we are paid. If we accept your case, our law firm works on a contingent fee basis. This means you pay no fees unless we successfully resolve your case by settlement or verdict. Our typical...

When selecting an attorney for a personal injury case, it's always best to choose an attorney who handles only those types of cases. An attorney with a “general practice”, who does a little family law, a little criminal law, a little real estate, and a little personal injury law, cannot possibly master all of these...