Alaska Personal Injury Lawyers

In Alaska, have you or a loved one been injured either by a product or through the negligent actions of others? If so, you have the right to explore the legal options to which you may be entitled. At Sokolove Law, we've helped people in Alaska and all 50 states get access to the legal assistance they need.

Sokolove Law has 49 offices around the nation and we work with our network of lawyers to obtain compensation for the injured. Together, we have the knowledge and experience to help you obtain the maximum settlement for your claim. In Alaska, these are a few of the case types we focus on:

Alaska Mesothelioma Lawyers

Sokolove Law is a national law firm, and we have helped people in Alaska and throughout the country to access the legal assistance they need, particularly when it comes to mesothelioma and asbestos-related diseases. With locations nationwide, Sokolove Law works with our network of legal partners to help victims of mesothelioma as well as their families to obtain the compensation they deserve. Together, we have the knowledge and experience to help you win the maximum settlement for your claim.

Mesothelioma is a rare but deadly type of cancer that can occur after exposure to asbestos. We have handled mesothelioma and asbestos-related claims and legal cases for more than 40 years and we have helped those afflicted with asbestos-related diseases and their families receive the compensation they deserve for their injuries.

While Sokolove Law has a presence in the state of Alaska, we are a national mesothelioma law firm, so we are not limited to filing mesothelioma lawsuits in the state of Alaska. We will file your case in the court where your mesothelioma or asbestos-related claim can best be litigated, a strategy that can potentially maximize your case’s value.

Alaska Birth Injury Lawyers

Mistakes made by the doctor, hospital, or another health care provider may inflict birth injuries on a newborn child. Estimated long-term care costs for a child with a birth injury can reach nearly $1 million. We have more than three decades of experience at Sokolove Law in litigating birth injury cases, and our experienced birth injury lawyers have obtained the compensation families need to secure the future for their child.

Alaska Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Nursing home residents all too often are abused by the very institutions charged with caring for them. It is estimated that about one in four nursing homes has been cited for the abuse – or even the death – of patients in their care. At Sokolove Law, we have 30+ years of experience helping families whose loved ones have experienced nursing home abuse. Our nursing home abuse lawyers can help you distinguish the warning signs of abuse and neglect, and get justice and compensation for your loved one.

Alaska Dangerous Drug Lawyers

Drugs are meant to help people, not to hurt them. Yet medications prescribed inappropriately can trigger dangerous drug interactions or other adverse effects on a patient; drugmakers may even downplay a drug’s side effects or fail to adequately test before it goes to market. With more than 40 years of experience in handling dangerous drug lawsuits, Sokolove Law can help you or your loved one obtain compensation for drug-related injuries.

Alaska Social Security Disability Insurance Lawyers

If you’ve applied for compensation under the Social Security claims process and have seen your claim rejected, Sokolove Law’s nationwide network of Social Security Disability Insurance lawyers may be able to help. We offer free, no-obligation legal consultations, and we don't receive any fees until you receive your monthly cash payments from the Social Security Administration. Sokolove Law reviews claims 24 hours a day and is able to assist clients nationwide.

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Last modified: September 10, 2020