Anchorage County, Alaska Personal Injury Lawyers
After receiving his law degree from the University of Texas, Bill Cook was appointed the youngest judge in Texas at the age of 25. Following his experience there, he moved to Alaska and began working as an Assistant D.A. in the Anchorage District Attorney’s Office where he prosecuted 100 misdemeanor and felony jury trials. Following his work as an assistant district attorney, Bill accepted a position as an assistant attorney general in the Marshall Islands. While there, he advised government officials, served on the parole board, and authored immigration legislation. After returning to Alaska, he served as magistrate for...
Attorney Douglas G. Johnson, Esq. has dealt with a plethora of different personal injury cases, and he is ready to stand beside you and support you today. Come to Johnson & Combs law firm and seek out the help you need from a trusted and proven attorney who has your best interests in mind and who is ready to support you now. He received his undergraduate degree from Oregon State University. Upon graduating, he earned his law degree from Williamette University College of Law. He is a member of the Alaska Bar Association, where he serves on the Rules of...
(800) 621-1091 5400 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033
Kirkland, WA 98033
Sean Brown practices law in Alaska at the firm of Power and Brown, LLC. Sean has successfully represented clients in a variety of personal injury and medical malpractice matters. Sean works hard to help his clients receive the best possible either through settlement or trial. Sean is a 1999 graduate of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. During law school Sean was on the Deanâs list, and a participant of student government and involved in a variety of other student activities. Sean received his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville. In addition to practicing law, Sean has...
(907) 543-4700 PO Box 1809
Bethel, AK 99559
Bethel, AK 99559
Since graduating from Vermont Law School in 2012, I have tried many cases before juries and have won a great majority of those trials. Even more often, I convinced the trial court to dismiss cases without the need for a trial. Whether charged with a crime, injured in an accident, looking to start a business, or buying a home, you need a lawyer you can count on. With me as your attorney, you can be certain you have an effective courtroom lawyer on your side, ready to fight for you.
The Law Office of Ben Crittenden provides representation for the injured in Alaska. We have extensive experience in taking cases to trial and settling cases. We understand you are in a difficult situation when you come to us, and work hard to make your life easier and accommodate your demands.
John Hollis is a 2015 graduate of the University of California, Davis, School of Law. While at Davis, John was named to the Order of the Coif and the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. He was a member of the Trial Practice Honors Board, the Managing Articles Editor for the Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy, and a participant in the Aoki Federal Defender Clinic, through which he helped draft an appellate brief to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Before joining Cashion Gilmore, John clerked for Chief Justice Craig F. Stowers at the Alaska Supreme Court. John's...
Get Featured, Get Found. Learn about premium placements
My practice as a licensed attorney began in federal court, clerking for the Honorable James K. Singleton. During that time I developed a passion for criminal defense, and subsequently had the honor of working for the Alaska Public Defender Agency in both rural and urban settings. Ultimately, I became the supervisor of the trial unit in the Anchorage office of the Alaska Public Defender Agency, overseeing all felony and misdemeanor trial attorneys. I developed a broad base of trail experience during my time with the Agency, and am grateful for the tremendous opportunity it afforded. Now...