Understand Your Rights After an Alaska Accident and Injury

Our personal injury and accident blog offers regular updates and information on a wide variety of topics that can affect you and your legal case. Here, read about common accidents, types of injuries, legal options, what to expect from the process, and much more.

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  • How to Keep Your Children Safe Children ages 5 to 19 die from auto crash-related injuries than from any other type of injury. It is important to know how to keep your children in safe.
  • Our Enduring National Symbol The bald eagle is one our national symbols. Ben Franklin did not like bald ages, calling them a "bird of bad moral character," and recommended the turkey.
  • Are Driverless Cars Dangerous? Tesla's Autopilot system is an optional driverless car option. Many drivers don't realize they still have to participate in operating the vehicle.
  • Car Wrecks Are the Number One Cause of Spine Injuries The spinal cord is one of the most important parts of the body. Car wrecks are the number one cause of spine injuries. Read more to learn why.
  • Be Sure to Report Minor Auto Wreck to Your Insurance Company Many people in a seemingly minor car accident do not report it to their insurance company. Serious injuries can be caused by minor accidents.
  • The Dangers of Recorded Statements If you have been in a car accident and it was not your fault, the insurance company will want a recorded statement, often within 24 hours. Do not agree to it.
  • Tractor-Trailer Rollover Accident Dangers Tractor-trailer rollover accidents are common on our roadways. These rollovers put other drivers in danger from flying debris or getting struck by the truck.
  • When You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse Nursing Home Abuse occurs frequently. Most nursing homes are intentionally understaffed to make more money. This leads to overworked and poorly trained staff.
  • A Hunting We Will Go Hunting is a popular past-time in Alaska. But injuries can occur from unexpected places. Tree stands account for more injuries each year than guns. Learn more.
  • Nursing Home Falls Can Be Fatal Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injury among older Americans (age 65+) and are often why families put their parent in a nursing home.