We’re proud to represent Alaskans who have been injured by others and help them secure the financial compensation to which they’re entitled so they can continue with their lives. It’s important to remember, however, that just being hurt – even severely in an accident – doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a valid personal injury claim.
In this issue, the Alaska personal injury lawyers with Barber & Associates will explain the specific criteria that must be met for a personal injury claim to be valid.
For example, if you slipped and fell in the parking lot of a business that failed in its responsibilities to keep the lot clear of ice, the business owner would probably be found to be negligent.
Likewise, if a drunk driver crashed into your car and inured you or any passengers on board, that driver would likely be at fault through negligence.
In the above drunk driving example, if you experienced broken bones as a result of the car crash, the drunk driver’s negligence would be the direct cause of your personal injury.
It literally costs you nothing to come and speak with us during an initial meeting with the Alaska personal injury lawyers at Barber & Associates; the first meeting is always free.
We examine the facts of your situation and advise you on your options in terms of how to proceed.
To schedule your first free meeting, call us at 907-276-5858 or get in touch via email.
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.