Protect Your Rights After an Accident and Injury in Alaska
Everyone has a responsibility to promote the safety and well-being of those around us. When someone fails to meet that duty and acts in a negligent manner, accidents and injuries happen. Victims shouldn’t have to suffer those consequences alone, and the Law Office of Ben Crittenden is here to help ease that burden. With compassion and tenacity, Ben Crittenden works hard to help accident victims obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and more.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are approximately 4.5 million dog bites in the United States each year, with 800,000 of those bites resulting in a need for medical care. If you or your child has been injured by a dangerous dog, contacting an experienced dog bite and dog attack attorney is crucial.
The Law Office of Ben Crittenden represents Alaska residents who have been injured by dangerous dogs. We help clients file personal injury claims seeking compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and all other accident-related damages. We believe that dog owners should be held fully accountable when they fail to protect others from harm. Contact our office today to schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation with Anchorage attorney Ben Crittenden.
When a person climbs behind the wheel of a car, takes the controls of a helicopter or plane, or even simply takes his dog for a walk, he has a responsibility to act safely. If he fails in that duty, serious injuries can result, and the law affords injury victims certain rights to protect themselves and their families. Though it can be difficult to consider pursuing a legal case that can be complex and overwhelming, it is often necessary to ensure that victims can obtain the medical care they need and the compensation they deserve.
If you have been charged with a crime in
Attorney Ben Crittenden understands how serious criminal charges are, and he is dedicated to helping those charged with a crime seek the best possible outcome. Ben helps his clients tell their stories in a meaningful and effective way to help them address criminal charges. If you or someone you love has been charged with a crime, call our
The Alaskan economy is powered by both rich environmental resources and hard-working Alaskans. Our state attracts many visitors wishing to experience the landscape, and it provides the U.S. with significant energy and agricultural products. Unfortunately, this is not without risks. Often, workers are injured or become ill because of the demands of their jobs. From falls to hazardous-substance exposure, employees can find themselves forced to miss work while they deal with the physical, emotional, and financial stress of a variety of injuries and illnesses.
At those times, Alaska’s workers need an informed and confident advocate by their side, helping to ensure they are able to obtain the care and compensation they need to recover as fully as possible. Attorney Ben Crittenden represents those workers all over the state and ensures that their rights are protected in the workers’ compensation system. If you or someone you love has suffered a work-related injury, contact Ben’s Anchorage office today to learn more about workers’ compensation, your rights, and how Ben may be able to help.
Nursing homes provide vital services for seniors who are no longer able to care for themselves at home. Finding out that the facility you’ve trusted to care for your loved one has failed to fulfill their duty can be heartbreaking. However, contacting a nursing home abuse and neglect attorney can help protect your loved one’s legal rights.
Anchorage attorney Ben Crittenden handles nursing home abuse and neglect claims involving the most vulnerable Alaska residents. Cases he accepts include deliberate physical abuse, as well as medication theft, failure to provide appropriate medical treatment, and other forms of neglect. The Law Office of Ben Crittenden is committed to fighting for the rights of nursing home residents throughout the state by taking the legal action necessary to deter further acts of abuse and neglect. Contact our office today to learn more about how we may be able to help.