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  • Prepare for a Safe Road Trip

    Road trips can be a beloved tradition for many families. Whether you are starting a new tradition, revisiting an old spot, or are setting off just to see the country, you should have a safe and accident-free trip. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your trip. Get Your Car Ready Your car deserves some attention before you trust it to take you safely on your trip. Here are some things to ...
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  • How to Prepare Your Teen Driver for the Road

    If you have a teenager in your household who recently obtained his or her driver’s license, you probably also understand that earning a license does not necessarily signify readiness for the road. As a parent, it is crucial to do your part to make sure your teen driver is truly prepared for the road. The last thing you want to do is worry about your child’s safety, so help ensure it by following ...
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  • Proving Liability Due to Bad Road Conditions

    If you sustained injuries in a car accident that was caused by poor road conditions, the accident might not be your fault. While proving liability in these types of cases can be trickier than other motor vehicle crashes, an experienced personal injury attorney can assist you in navigating the complexities of your case and increase your chances at obtaining the compensation you deserve. When you ...
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  • Motor Vehicle Accidents Caused by Wildlife

    Depending on which roads you might be traveling, encountering wildlife is not an uncommon occurrence. While paying attention to the road can oftentimes help drivers avoid colliding with animals that wander on the road, there are some cases where wildlife might suddenly come out of nowhere and are near impossible to avoid. If you were involved in a car crash in Alaska involving wildlife, you might ...
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  • Don't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

    Social media plays a major role in our lives nowadays, allowing individuals to share everything from their thoughts, planned events, photos of their experiences, and more. While this favored pastime is a nice way to stay connected with friends and family, it also has the potential to derail an ongoing personal injury case. Here are some ways in which social media might harm your case and why you ...
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  • Common Car Accident Injuries

    Car accidents happen every day, injuring more than three million individuals a year across the country, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). These accidents can inflict a wide range of injuries, from minor to severe and debilitating conditions that last a lifetime. Many elements factor into the type and severity of injury a person sustains in an accident, though ...
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  • National Safety Month & You: Tips to Prevent Accidents

    June is National Safety Month, and The Law Offices of David Henderson are teaming up with the National Safety Council and hundreds of other organizations to raise awareness about how you can prevent accidents at home, at work, and on the road. Here are some safety tips to help you stay safe. At Home Keep your floors and stairs clear of toys, shoes, bags, and other tripping hazards. Secure loose ...
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  • Is the Owner Responsible If Their Dog Bites Me?

    According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), around 4.5 million dog bites happen in the United States every year. Of those bites, around 900,000 of those wounds become infected. While some dogs are extremely friendly and safe to be around, their behavior will largely depend on their owners. People are generally unsure of how a strange dog will react to their presence, which is why most ...
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  • Making Safety Your New Year's Resolution

    When reflecting on your New Years’ resolutions, implementing safety into your goals could have a major positive impact. Implementing safety in your lifestyle does not mean you can no longer have fun. Our Anchorage personal injury law firm strongly believes that putting your safety and the safety of people around you first doesn’t have to come at a price. If you love playing party host, these tips ...
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  • 'Tis the Season for Snow & Ice Accidents

    The holiday season is one of the most dangerous times to be driving on the road every year. Not only does alcohol consumption – which leads to drunk driving – increase, but inclement weather is also another contributing factor to auto accidents during the winter season. Based on a study by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), more than 1,300 people die annually in car accidents involving ...
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  • Most Common Holiday Injuries & Accidents

    The holidays are the time of year when time is spent with loved ones, where families embark on long journeys, and homeowners decorate their homes with vibrant lights and decorations. However, there are a variety of accidents and injuries that occur more often during the holiday season. The following are the most common holiday injuries and accidents: Car accidents – The most dangerous time to be ...
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  • How Do I Deal with the Other Party’s Insurance Company?

    Injured people have a lot to consider. Their own health comes first, obviously, but they also have to consider contacting their own insurance company to file a claim, juggling appointments between different doctors, and continuing with daily life as best as they can. In the middle of all this, those who have been injured by another’s negligence have something else to consider—defending themselves ...
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  • Alaska Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

    If you are considering filing a personal injury claim in Alaska, it is imperative to know the state laws that may apply to your specific case. Whether you were involved in a serious car accident or a victim of medical malpractice , there are a variety of laws that pertain to each scenario. Statute of Limitations Alaska law provides the injured party two years after the accident to file a lawsuit ...
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