King Salmon Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Alaska

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Richard D. Ellmers

General Practice
Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  40 Years

Luzerne Edson Hufford

General Practice
Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  64 Years

William Garrison

General Practice
Status:  Suspended           Licensed:  55 Years

Karen L. Quist

General Practice
Status:  Inactive           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Glover v. STATE, DOT, MARINE HWY. SYSTEM

... v. Wedmore, [94] where we upheld Alaska's workers' compensation statute despite the fact that it changed the procedural remedy available to workers injured on the job. We defined the worker's due process right as a right to a "substantial and efficient remedy" rather than a ...

Barrington v. Alaska Communications Systems Group, Inc.

... against an injured worker for covered services. The parties agree that, if the board determined that an injury was not work related, subsection .097(f) would not apply because medical services or treatment would not have been provided under the workers' compensation act. ...

Shehata v. Salvation Army

... in AS 23.30.250(b) is, in and of itself, complete, and requires neither a showing of `damages' nor `justifiable reliance.'" It distinguished common law fraud from fraud in workers' compensation by noting that an employer's payment of compensation to an injured worker is imposed ...