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  • Anchorage Dentist Accused of Medicaid Fraud

    Seth Lookhart, the Anchorage-based dentist who made himself infamous after filming himself performing a procedure on a patient while riding a hoverboard, appeared in court for the first time to face his charges. Both the dentist and his office manager, Shauna Cranford, face serious criminal charges for Medicaid fraud after allegedly performing medically-unnecessary procedures and funneling the ...
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  • Nearly 30 People Have Been Injured in a Skagway Excursion Accident

    Our firm has successfully protected the rights of injured victims for decades. We know each client is going through a stressful time, and our compassionate Anchorage personal injury attorneys always work hard to find effective legal solutions. A recent accident in Skagway has left nearly 30 people injured, with some requiring extensive medical treatment. Our firm supports clients in their fight to ...
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  • Anchorage Apartment Fire Kills 2, Injures 16, Displaces Dozens

    The Royal Suite Apartments in western Anchorage were devastated in a fast-spreading fire this week. Authorities report that two people lost their lives in the blaze, another 16 suffered injury, and dozens more are displaced. At least six of the injured were found in critical condition. A complete search has not yet been finished due to widespread structural damage to the complex, so it is feared ...
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  • Power and Brown, LLC Named 2016 Legal Awards Winner

    Power & Brown, LLC has just been named as a winner of the 2016 Legal Awards. We were named the Best Personal Injury Law Firm in Alaska. The Acquisition International Legal Awards were established to honor the very best and deserving within the legal community. Because politics and economics continually impact the shape of legislation and regulations in the country, attorneys must continually adapt ...
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  • Ex-Kenai Hockey Coach Facing 14 Years of Sexual Abuse Charges

    Bradley Elliott, a former Kenai Peninsula school hockey coach, is currently facing multiple sexual abuse charges, including at least 12 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, 9 counts of exploitation of a minor to create child pornography, 2 counts of child pornography distribution, and more. The alleged offenses are believed to have begun in 2002 and have continued during the 14 year period. ...
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