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Alaska Personal Injury Law

The aftermath of an accident can be both overwhelming and disheartening as you struggle to put the pieces back together. After any accident — major or minor — you’re likely looking at costly medical bills, lost time at work, and the inability to participate in activities that you enjoyed before the accident. Making this all the more difficult is the fact that someone else’s negligence caused these injuries that have forever changed your life. This is why Alaska personal injury law recognizes your right to file a claim for your injuries.

When you are hurt due to someone else’s negligence, you have the right to argue for full and fair compensation for your injuries. Some of the most common losses recovered include:

  • Future medical costs, including rehabilitation
  • Past medical costs and expenses related to health problems caused by the accident
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of future income if you are unable to work
  • Pain and suffering from the emotional problems caused by the accident

Our Anchorage Personal Injury Attorneys

At Crowson Law Group, providing personalized service and helping you through a difficult time in your life is something we pride ourselves on. Our personal injury attorneys and support team know how hard it is to make life work as an accident victim and that it can be frustrating to figure out how to move on when you have suffered injuries. That’s why we work hard to understand all aspects of your case. When we understand how much the accident has affected your life, we can stand up for you and get you the settlement you deserve.

Our talented attorneys have won millions of dollars in successful injury settlements and verdicts for thousands of Alaska residents. But don't just take it from us: hear from our clients about their own stories of recovery.

Free Consultation — and Never Any Fees Until You Win

We stand ready to apply our experience to successfully prepare your case and to ensure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries. Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a no-obligation, FREE case evaluation.

With offices in Anchorage and Wasilla, our personal injury attorneys serve all of Alaska. Can't travel to us? We will come to you.

Learn more below about some of the many types of cases we handle. You can trust our legal team to listen to your story and to handle your case with the same level of care we would give our own family.

Aircraft Accidents

As the victim of an aviation accident, you may be facing extensive medical treatment, expensive medical bills, and a long recovery process. You may find yourself unable to cover the costs associated with your medical bills because you’re unable to… Read More

Automobile Accidents

If you have been injured in a vehicle accident in Alaska, you understand how devastating such a violent event can be. Overcoming the challenges of even a minor vehicle accident may seem impossible, but you may be able to secure financial support thro… Read More

Bicycle Accidents

No matter how attentive and cautious you are as a cyclist, your status in traffic is always precarious. Legally, bicycles are classified as vehicles alongside cars, trucks, and motorcycles. But bicycles are hundreds of pounds lighter, move much slowe… Read More

Boating Accidents

Alaska has 6,640 miles of coastline, more than 3 million lakes, over 12,000 rivers, and thousands of streams and creeks. All that water invites a lot of water traffic. Unfortunately, a lot of accidents result from all that activity. Here in Alaska, d… Read More

Defective Products

When someone is injured by a defective product, the company or person who designed, manufactured, inspected, distributed, or installed that product may be liable for the injuries. Defective product lawsuits are also known as product liability cases.… Read More

Dog Bites

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 4.5 million people are bitten by a dog each year in the United States. Most dog bite victims are young children between 5 and 9 years old. Dog attacks can lead to severe physica… Read More

Firearm Accidents

Alaskans are proud gun owners. Many Alaskans consider their guns to be necessary tools for subsistence, sporting, recreation, and self-defense. For those who don’t hunt, shooting ranges offer opportunities to test their marksmanship and enjoy their… Read More

Life Insurance Denial

Life insurance is a meant to provide families with the financial support they need after the loss of a loved one. But because insurance companies lose money and lower profits when they pay out claims, they sometimes delay or deny valid claims. Their… Read More

Medical Malpractice

Going into the hospital is never a pleasant experience, especially if you’re having surgery. You’re putting your life into the hands of strangers, hoping they can heal what is making you sick. But what happens if you wind up with an even more ser… Read More

Motorcycle Accidents

No matter how attentive and cautious you are as a motorcyclist, your status in traffic is always precarious. Most motorcyclists take every precaution to mitigate the dangers of the road so as to avoid becoming another motorcycle accident casualty. Un… Read More

Nursing Home Negligence

When you place your loved one in the care of a nursing home facility or other assisted living center, you expect the caregivers to treat your family member with love and respect and keep them safe. Unfortunately, reality does not always meet expectat… Read More

Pedestrian Accidents

When a driver is inattentive to the presence of pedestrians, an accident can result, causing serious injury or death. While most pedestrians are aware of their vulnerability and and take every precaution, accidents do happen. Pedestrian accidents can… Read More

Railroad Worker Accidents

The Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) provides basic on-the-job injury protection for railroad workers. The Act states that if a railroader is injured on the job, the railroad company must compensate the injured worker for damages caused by t… Read More

Snowmachine and ATV Accidents

Over the past decade, off-road activities have significantly increased in popularity across the United States. Here in Alaska, snowmachining and four-wheeling are more than just a fun hobby — they are a way of life and often a vital means of transp… Read More

Toxic Exposure

Chemicals and other substances are classified as “toxic” when they interfere with the body’s normal functioning. Essentially, toxins either speed up or slow down normal physiological processes. They may increase heart rate, induce rapid sweatin… Read More

Train Accidents

In Alaska, approximately 3,000 train accidents and 1,000 deaths occur each year. Even a minor incident with a train can cause catastrophic injury or death because of the massive size and weight of a locomotive. A train accident can affect just one pe… Read More

Truck Accidents

Truck accidents can be devastating. The massive size and weight of trucks often cause serious and disabling injuries that can lead to a lifetime of expensive medical treatments. Truck accidents can take a toll on survivors physically, emotionally, an… Read More

Workers' Compensation

On-the-job accidents happen often and in all kinds of work situations, including offices and construction sites. Most Alaska employers anticipate the possibility of accidents by providing workers’ compensation insurance to protect their employees.… Read More

Wrongful Death

When you lose a loved one as the result of someone else’s careless and negligent actions, no amount of money can replace what you’ve lost. You may be left with unanswered questions and a void where your loved one once was. Understandably, taking… Read More

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