We Represent Injured Workers

We are committed to fighting
for Alaskans injured at work

Workplace Injuries are Different

If you were injured at work, your case is different. You have rights under the Alaska Workers Compensation Act. You need to protect those rights. The Alaska Act has specific timelines and limitations. If you fail to understand these, you can lose your rights.

You may be entitled to even more recovery if your injury was caused by the negligence of someone besides your employer. This can mean substantially more money to you and your family. You need a prompt investigation and reliable advice to know for sure.

We know that being injured on the job can be stressful. A serious work injury can leave you permanently injured, unable to work, and incapable of providing for your family. Obtaining fair compensation following an injury or death can be difficult. Sometimes it can even seem hopeless. Many injured workers find it frustrating to deal with multiple attorneys on different parts of their case.

We can advise you on all aspects of your work injury claim.

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  • Chancy Croft. Attorney

    I drove the Alaska Highway in my 1955 Mercury, which a friend nick-named “the Mercury Space Capsule” from Odessa, Texas to Alaska in 1962. I have never looked back. In 1963 I married a brilliant and...

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  • Eric Croft, Attorney

    I am proud to be joining my father in representing and protecting injured workers. Before joining the firm, I worked as an Anchorage Municipal Prosecutor, in private attorney, and as a law clerk in both...

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  • Patty Jones, Legal Assistant

    I am a 3rd generation Alaskan, my grandmother having arrived in 1945. My grandmother and aunt homesteaded in the 50’s and my parents, brother and I homesteaded in Wasilla in the ‘70’s. I graduated from...

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  • Jami Gartner, Legal Assistant

    I have worked together with Chancy helping injured workers since 2001. I enjoy the challenge of my job and take pride in helping to get benefits, particularly medical treatment, that the insurance...

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  • Brenda Marlow, Bookkeeper

    I came to Alaska when I was three months old. I began working for Chancy when I was 17 years old and have been here for over 30 years. I started as a receptionist and eventually worked as a secretary...

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  • Alaska’s Choice for Injured Workers

    The attorneys and paralegals at the Croft Law Office have over 120 years of total experience helping Alaskans injured at work. Our founder Chancy Croft helped write much of our current workers’ compensation law as a State Senator in the 1970s. He has represented Alaskans injured at work since 1978. His son, Eric Croft, is proud to work with his father and continue the commitment to get injured workers every cent they are entitled to under the law.

    Over his long career, Chancy has argued and won some of the most important cases in Alaska on the rights of injured workers. He has represented injured workers in over 200 hearings before the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board. Chancy has argued 55 cases before the Alaska Supreme Court.

    Eric joined the firm in 2010 after a career in the State Legislature. He has argued over 20 cases before the Board, won a number of cases before the Appeals Commission, and has a perfect record representing injured workers before the Alaska Supreme Court.

    James Croft represents the third generation of Crofts helping injured workers in Alaska. He is currently a law student at Lewis and Clark Law School. He assists Chancy and Eric with legal research and writing. Patty, Jami and Brenda provide excellent paralegal support on our cases.

    The Croft Law Office:
    We Represent Injured Workers

    We are committed to fighting for Alaskans injured at work.
    If you would like us to help, please complete the intake packet.