FAQ's

What should I do if I need medical attention after an accident?

If your injuries require medical attention, you should not hesitate to obtain that help. Regardless of the legalities involved, you should not risk your health or well-being because you’re concerned about outside factors.

What should I do if an insurance company contacts me for a statement?

If you have been injured in an accident of any kind and you start getting calls and/or letters from insurance adjusters, you should politely decline to provide a statement and evidence until you’ve had the opportunity to discuss the situation with an Alaska personal injury lawyer.

How do I know if I have a valid legal claim?

In general, your instincts should help you make that decision. If you have been injured and you believe that the incident that led to this injury was not your fault, you owe it to yourself to schedule a free initial consultation so you can find out with certainty whether or not pursuing a legal claim is an advisable strategy.

How soon after I’ve been injured should I contact an Alaska personal injury attorney?

You should contact an Alaska personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after you’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness. There is no need to wait for documents and evidence to be prepared, as your attorney will be able to help you gather and organize this evidence as you build your case.

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