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Anchorage, AK - Fatal Pedestrian Crash on Minnesota Dr near Spenard
Anchorage, AK (January 16, 2021) – Police and paramedics in Anchorage were dispatched to the scene of a fatal pedestrian vs vehicle crash that took place on Minnesota Drive. The accident occurred at approximately 7:30 p.m. Preliminary reports indicate that the accident took place in the northbound lanes of Minnesota Drive between Spenard Road and...
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Frequently Asked Questions in an Anchorage Wrongful Death Claim
A wrongful death lawsuit is defined as a death that occurs due to the negligence, wrongful, or willful act, fault, or omission of another person. Accidental or wrongful death lawsuits are meant to financially compensate family members left behind by the deceased victim who lost their life in a fatal accident. Surviving family members may...
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Anchorage, AK (December 1, 2020) – A fatal car crash took place near mile marker 90 on the Seward Highway in Anchorage on the evening of November 30.  At approximately 6:30 p.m., a 2000 blue Subaru Outback was headed north on the Seward Highway when for unknown reasons, it crossed over the middle line into...
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Anchorage, AK - Fatal Traffic Accident at Debarr & Pine
Anchorage, AK (November 30, 2020) – At approximately 3:00 a.m. on the morning of November 29, a fatal traffic accident occurred at an intersection in Anchorage.  According to the police report, a tow-truck driver was on the scene of an accident that had taken place at the intersection of Debarr and Pine Street. While the...
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Can Negligent Road Maintenance Lead To Wrongful Death Claim? On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala posted in wrongful death on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Truckers in Alaska expressed their concern over the lack of road maintenance of the Dalton Highway. This followed the death of an experienced truck driver on a recent Friday morning. It remains to...
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Why At-Home Childbirths Have Higher Fatality Rates On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala posted in wrongful death on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. When you’re expecting a baby, you may be filled with excitement and anticipation. You’re also probably planning out every last detail—from your baby’s nursery to their delivery. In the U.S., 8.3 percent of all women...
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‘Vision Zero’ Goal Is A Goose Egg For Anchorage Traffic Deaths On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala, LLC posted in wrongful death on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. In some climates, bicycling year-round is considered extreme sport. Not so here in Anchorage. Biking in all seasons is a matter of proud tradition. That’s why this city lays claim...
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Wrongful Death Award Amounts Vary According To Case Factors On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala, LLC posted in wrongful death on Thursday, March 28, 2019. Monetary compensation for the loss of a loved one is small consolation for those who grieve. Still, it is important for providing financial security to loved ones after a fatality caused by...
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When A Close Family Member Suffers Serious Injury Or Death On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala, LLC posted in wrongful death on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. In a previous post, we discussed the concept of loss of consortium—and how a spouse can recover for losses they experience if their spouse is seriously injured or killed. In many states,...
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Electric Motorcycles: Hot In More Ways Than One? On behalf of Law Office of Jason Skala, LLC posted in wrongful death on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. The headline catches the eye. “Welcome to the age of electric motorcycles.” The content of the story on Popsci.com is a look ahead to the anticipated releases this year of a number of electric-powered motorcycles...
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