Find answers to your questions about Alaska’s laws concerning criminal matters and personal injury claims.

Do You Need to Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Alaska?

If you are facing a criminal charge in Alaska, now is not the time to take chances. A conviction could mean fines and jail time, and having a criminal record could negatively impact your life for years – if not [...]

What NOT To Do if You Have Been Arrested in Alaska

If you have been arrested in Alaska, what you do and don’t do while your court date is pending could have a major impact on the outcome of your trial. When facing criminal charges, the “to-dos” are fairly simple—you need [...]

December 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: |

What are Your Legal Rights After a Truck Accident in Alaska?

Large commercial trucks are a common sight on Alaska’s highways, and each year there are numerous accidents involving 18-wheelers, tractor-trailers, tankers, and other commercial trucks statewide. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a commercial truck [...]

November 1st, 2020|Categories: Car Accident|Tags: |

When Do You Have the Right to Remain Silent in Alaska?

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” While most people know this phrase from TV crime dramas, it reflects a fundamental right to defendants in [...]

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: |

What Should You Do After a Rental Car Accident in Alaska?

Each year, millions of visitors come to Alaska to experience all that the state has to offer. At the same time, most of these visitors arrive by airplane or by boat, many rental cars, trucks, or SUVs to get around. [...]

September 1st, 2020|Categories: Personal Injury|Tags: , |

Do You Need to Hire a Lawyer After a Car Accident in Alaska?

If you have been injured in a car accident, you probably have lots of questions. One of these questions is most likely, “Do I need to hire an accident lawyer?” Strictly speaking, the answer to this question is, “No.” If [...]

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