The team at Power & Brown has now launched their new personal injury blog, Alaska personal Injury Blog. The Alaska personal injury lawyers & attorneys at Power & Brown use the blog to administer news and updates on personal injury issues and cases in Alaska. Power & Brown provides exceptional legal services with a primary focus on helping victims of personal injury and their families.
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Each year Alaska personal injury attorneys help clients who are injured in serious accidents. As a result of the accident, a number of our clients receive traumatic brain injuries, which can often times be life altering. In an effort to prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries, Alaska has...
According to CNN, a Louisiana man died after the police tasered him 9 times. As noted in the article, each taser discharge 50,000 volts: Dr. Randolph Williams, the Winn Parish coroner, told CNN the 21-year-old sawmill worker was jolted so many times by the 50,000-volt Taser that he...
The Alaska Department of Corrections recently entered into a settlement agreement in the amount of 1.4 million dollars with two inmates who were sexually assaulted by other inmates while in custody. The inmates, represented by Power & Brown, alleged that for a period of three days...
In Noratak v. City of Chevak (Case No. 4BE-06-258 CI), plaintiff on behalf of his 2 year old child alleged the City of Chevak negligently maintained its playground, which resulted in an injury to his child. While playing on the playground equipment, the child fell on a wire protruding...
In Olsen vs. City of Hooper Bay, et al (Case Number Case No. 4BE-07-26 CI), the Bethel Superior Court granted Summary Judgment in favor of Defendants in a matter where three Hooper Bay officers reported to a home to conduct a welfare...