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Alaska Car Accident Lawyers and Personal Injury Attorneys
Drew Peterson Law Firm. Anchorage, Alaska. Quality legal services for injured Alaskans.
Quality legal services for Alaskans in personal injury cases
Personal Injury Attorney Keenan Powell Anchorage Palmer Alaska Wrongful Death Truck Accident
The Law Firm of Keenan Powell, in Alaska focuses on personal injury, wrongful death, car accidents, truck accident, and injuries caused by negligence. The firm exclusively represents injured people never insurance companies, hospitals, or large corporations.
Personal Injury Wrongful Death Attorney Marc June Anchorage, Alaska AK Lawyer
The Law Offices of Marc June represents the victims of personal injury in Alaska, including accidents involving tourism, motor vehicles, boats and ships, aviation, property, products liability, and workplace injuries.
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Recent Personal Injury and Car Accident News and Cases
One recent case warms the heart of any litigator seeking fair treatment for his clients and justice from the courts. The Hawaii Supreme Court recently reaffirmed that attorneys' fees and costs can be recovered both in the trial court and on appeal in cases when a successful plaintiff establishes injuries from an unfair method of competition or an unfair business practice under HRS section 480-2. Gurrobat v. HTH Corporation, Sup. Ct. Appeal No. 12-0000764 (March 27, 2015). Such holdings prevent large businesses and insurers from 'winning' cases against employees and customers by burying their opponents with attorneys' fees and litigation costs.