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Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Anchorage

Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Anchorage

A personal injury lawsuit is defined as a legal claim that may be filed due to one person’s negligent, reckless, or careless behavior causing harm to another person that negatively affects their daily life and activities. Injury accident victims are legally able to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions by filing a personal injury lawsuit against them. Personal injury lawsuits are a common step to take after auto collisions, generally when one driver acts negligently on the roadway and causes injury to another person. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, approximately 94% of the auto accidents that take place in the United States are caused by negligent driver errors. 

Those injured in negligently caused accidents may be left wondering whether or not they are eligible for a personal injury claim. Injured accident victims may pursue legal action against the person that caused their injuries and/or any damages that may have resulted from their injuries. Drivers in Anchorage and across Alaska are expected to behave reasonably while behind the wheel of a vehicle. This means that those operating vehicles on roadways at any given time are expected to act in a safe and responsible manner at all times. 

The state of Alaska has imposed various elements that must exist in order to file a successful personal injury claim. 

  1. The defendant’s behavior during the accident should reflect that they acted or refrained from acting, such as stopping at a stop sign in a timely manner or refraining from driving drunk or drugged. 
  2. The defendant failed to act, or not act during the crash when they should or shouldn’t have. 
  3. Their failure to act, or refraining from acting, resulted in a personal injury to another person. 
  4. The defendant should know that their actions could result in injury to another person. 
  5. The victim suffered genuine damages, such as property damage and serious injuries that require medical bills, time away from work, etc.

In the event that you or someone you love has been involved and suffered injuries in a traffic accident in Anchorage that was the fault of another driver, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim in Anchorage and therefore collect full and fair financial compensation for any resulting damages and/or losses. 

Filing a Claim in Anchorage is Much Easier with an Experienced Attorney 

Filing a Personal Injury Claim in AnchorageThe Law Office of Jason Skala in Anchorage has been protecting and preserving the rights of injured accident victims and their family members for over a decade. According to information provided by the Alaska Department of Transportation, there are hundreds of personal injury accidents in Alaska each and every year.

Jason Skala has helped a large number of these injured accident victims collect just financial compensation for their incurred damages and losses that resulted from their crashes, and is standing by in order to help you and your family as well. 

Contact the Law Office of Jason Skala today in order to be connected to a reputable Anchorage personal injury lawyer who will be able to inform you of your legal right toward financial compensation. We hold a firm belief that no one should ever have to pay for being injured by another person’s negligence. Call our law firm today so you can get started on your own personal injury claim.

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