Rachel, a life-long Alaska resident, knew early on in life that she wanted to work in the legal community. Attending the University of Alaska, Anchorage, Rachel obtained both an Associate Arts Degree and Paralegal Certificate.
With over 16 years of experience as a paralegal, Rachel’s work is focused in the area of maritime injury and death claims. She is adept at dealing with medical care providers, handling complex litigation discovery, and interviewing potential witnesses. Rachel’s greatest attributes, however, include her caring nature and patient demeanor; two characteristics which make her invaluable in helping our injured maritime clients navigate through the litigation process.
Rachel’s travels have taken her to various Alaska maritime communities, from Southeast Alaska, to Prince William Sound, from the Bering Sea communities of Hooper Bay and Kotzebue, to Bethel and other communities along the Kuskokwim River. When not working, Rachel enjoys gardening, camping, hiking, fishing, and snow machining with her husband and two daughters.