Alaska Personal Injury Lawyers

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Injured in Alaska?

Accidents happen every day – and they can change your life forever. Our Alaska personal injury lawyers understand the emotional and physical toll an accident or wrongful death can have on your life, and we know how to handle the insurance adjusters, debt collectors, and others so that you can focus on what really matters: your recovery. If you are hurting, you need an advocate. We can help you get compensation for medical bills, automobiles, property damage, and anything else you deserve.

No recovery. No fee. Period.

Whether you have been in a car wreck or workplace accident, when you have been injured, there are laws that protect your rights and interests. Our Alaska personal injury lawyers provide free consultations on all types of personal injury cases, from auto accidents, slip and fall injuries, motorcycle accidents, negligent acts of another, and wrongful death. We are committed to providing you personal attention and to – as much as possible – help you recover your former life.

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Personal Injury and Wrongful Death FAQs

What is negligence?

The term negligence has a specific meaning in “legalease.” It is the failure to exercise reasonable care; conduct that does not meet the standards of care established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. Auto accidents and slip and fall accidents, for instance, are incidents that typically fall under negligence law. Negligence can result in a negligence lawsuit filed against the party responsible for damage caused by the failure to exercise reasonable care.

What if I am in a wreck but the other driver doesn't have auto insurance?

Your auto insurance policy will likely have a provision for this very situation, called an uninsured motorist provision. If your policy covers this, you will have a claim under your own insurance for uninsured motorist benefits. When you make one of these claims, however, your insurance company has the right to make its own case – meaning they will likely use any defense that the uninsured motorist would have used against you in a claim. This is to say that filing an uninsured motorist claim essentially creates a adversarial relationship between you and your insurance company. This, of course, complicates the situation, so it is a good idea to contact a personal injury attorney to ensure your rights are protected.

If I am in an auto accident, should I call an Alaska personal injury lawyer?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, but in many cases, calling an automobile accident attorney or personal injury lawyer is a good idea. It’s good to remember that insurance companies have an incentive to pay claims quickly to prevent you from hiring an attorney and forcing them to pay what you really deserve. In the event that you and your insurance company come to a standstill and can’t agree on a claim/payment, the insurance company has no incentive to compromise unless an attorney gets involved. That’s why it is usually a good idea to call an Alaska personal injury lawyer and at the very least get your free consult when you’re in an accident.

How long after my accident or injury can I wait before filing a claim?

Generally, in Alaska the statute of limitation for personal injury is two years, though some exceptions may apply in some cases. Don’t wait until your two years is almost up to file your claim – for the most part claims are easier to pursue the sooner an attorney is contacted.


Settling a personal injury claim, on the other hand, is one situation where it is good to wait. Why? Because sometimes it takes months – or even years – for the injuries you sustain to show up. Some injuries are simply harder to detect than others and take time to manifest. At 907 Legal, we understand the need to take time and asses the full scope of your injuries. Call our Alaska personal injury lawyers if you have been in an accident.