Barber and Associates, an Alaska personal injury law firm with a strong reputation for securing justice and compensation for those injured by others, has opened an additional office in Wasilla.
Located at 1590 Financial Drive Suite F-110, the office provides free initial consultations to those who feel they may have a personal injury claim. Consultation can be made by calling 907-373-5888 or by getting in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
, Barber and Associates are known throughout Alaska for serving clients who have been injured due to car and truck accidents, drunken driving accidents, slip and fall injuries and wrongful death matters.
Since their founding, Barber and Associates have recovered more than $45 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured Alaskans.
Jeff Barber, a graduate of Wasilla High School and Lewis & Clark Law School, is lead attorney for the firm. A licensed attorney for over 18 years, Barber has consistently named to the Thomson Reuters Alaska Super Lawyer list since recognized as a Super Lawyer – an achievement for less than 5 percent of lawyers throughout the Frontier State.
“Since I’ve been practicing law, I’ve seen many corporations and insurance companies attempting to take advantage of victims without attorneys. Their goals were to convince the person to settle for as little compensation – and as quickly – as possible,” said Barber. “Our office is dedicated to representing those who have been injured by others. We look out for their best interests so they can concentrate on recovering from their injuries.”
For more information about Barber and Associates and general information about Alaska personal injury law, visit www.alaskainjury.com.
Barber & Associates, LLC has recovered more than 45 Million Dollars in verdicts and settlements for Injured Alaskans.
Auto accidents can happen to anyone at any time, regardless of how defensive someone may be behind the wheel. If you or someone you love has been harmed in such an incident, you have legal rights and options that need to be explored.