Auto and Vehicle Accidents
Alaska Personal Injury Law Group attorneys have handled all types of cases arising from pedestrian, vehicle and truck collisions. These cases have ranged from simple driver negligence cases to multi-vehicle roll over cases to complex product defect cases against large automobile manufacturers. The attorneys at the Alaska Personal Injury Law Group are familiar with the various types of experts that may be needed in vehicular collision cases, including accident reconstruction experts, biomechanical engineers, highway design engineers, traffic control engineers, and human factors experts. Mr. O'Donnell and Mr. Vollertsen obtained what is believed to be the largest automobile product liability verdict in the history of the state in Farnsworth v. General Motors ($7.7 million). Mr. O'Donnell obtained what is believed to be the largest automobile negligence verdict in the history of the state in T.Z. v. Nye Ford ($7.6 million). Mr. Vollertsen obtained the largest verdict in the state for the death of a child killed by a contractor's vehicle as a pedestrian in a State construction zone. Gillispie v. Beta Construction ($4.0 million). Mr. Vollertsen also obtained a $13.5 million settlement arising from a head-on collision causing the death of two Alaskans driving through an improperly-signed construction work zone. Adams v. Illinois Valley Paving. The attorneys at the Alaska Personal Injury Group have also applied their litigation skills and technical knowledge to accidents involving ATVs, snowmachines, motorcycles, trucks and construction machinery.
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