Construction Site Injuries and Accidents

Construction Site Injuries and Accidents

The construction profession can be both lucrative and dangerous. In fact, roughly 10% of all workplace injuries occur on construction sites. Typical worksite injuries include: Fractures Burns, cuts, and lacerations Paralysis Severed limbs Spinal cord injuries Traumatic brain injuries Due to the hazardous nature of the profession, construction industry professionals … [Read more...]

Alaska Workplace Injuries: Looking Beyond Workers’ Compensation

Alaska Workplace Injuries-Looking Beyond Workers’ Compensation

For employees who are injured on the job, workers' compensation is usually the only recovery. In limited circumstances, the injured person may have a claim outside of workers’ compensation. While workers’ compensation may be an adequate method of recovery most of the time, employees should be aware of the following: Uninsured Employer – When an employer fails to carry workers’ … [Read more...]

Accidents with Uninsured Motorists in Alaska

Accidents with Uninsured Motorists in Alaska

Like most states, Alaska requires drivers to buy car insurance before operating a vehicle. Alaska requires coverage amounts of $50,000 per person for bodily injury or death, and $100,000 per accident. Alaska also requires $25,000 property damage insurance coverage. Unfortunately, not all drivers comply with these requirements. Too many drivers on our Alaska roads have no insurance at … [Read more...]