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Alaska, Responding Properly to a Life Insurance Claim Denial

Anyone who has life insurance generally signs up for it in the hopes that their family members will receive a lump sum benefit when they are no longer around to provide financial support for them anymore. The sad reality is though people…
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Forceful Evictions And Crippling Economy Leaves Alaskans Unhoused

Amidst the ongoing pandemic, life has proved to become rigid and rough for people striving to pay their rents. The eviction protection guidelines implemented by Alaska's government have helped many renters whose income has been cut off recently.…
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Over 100 mph Winds Gusts in Alaska

Several thousand residences and offices were left without power on November 27th, 2019 when high winds traveling between 50 and 112 mph hit Anchorage. The warning for high winds stayed in effect till about 5 am the next day for Turnagain Arm…
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Alaska, What Happens if I do not have Car Insurance?

In Alaska, the penalties for failing to have proper car insurance are serious. All drivers are expected to carry proof of insurance every time they drive around in their vehicles. If a driver can not prove to officers that they are insured,…
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Business Interruption Insurance Unlikely to Cover COVID-19-Related Claims Submitted by Alaska Business Owners

Business owners in Alaska purchase insurance for one thing and one thing only—to ensure their business is protected. They want to know that if a fire or flood were to occur or their operations were disrupted by a government shutdown that their…