Alaska

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Personal Property: 2 Years

Personal Injury: 2 Years

Breach of Contract (Written): 3 Years

Breach of Contract (Oral): 3 Years

Statute of Repose (Real Property): 10 Years

Statute of Repose (Products): N/A

Breach of Warranty: 4 Years

GOVERNMENT LIMITATIONS/NOTICE REQUIREMENTS

Torts: 2 Years from claim accrual
Contract: 6 Years from claim accrual

PIP/MED PAY SUBROGATION

PIP: NO
MED PAY: YES

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE

Pure Comparative
Plaintiff’s damages will be reduced by their own liability no matter how large, so long as it’s less than 100% (i.e. 99% at fault can still recover 1%)

PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

Limitation on Parents’ Liability: $15,000.00 ($25,000 if insured)

Liable when child under 18 causes intentional, willful or malicious destruction to real or personal property

CERTIFICATE/AFFIDAVIT OF MERIT REQUIREMENT

There is generally no requirement for filing a certificate or affidavit of merit for claims against professionals

JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY

Pure Several Liability
Each defendant is only responsible for their share of liability 

VICARIOUS LIABILITY

AGAINST OWNER OF VEHICLE: NO

MADE WHOLE DOCTRINE

Undecided

DEDUCTIBLE REIMBURSEMENT

Pro-Rata reimbursement

Subrogation laws are constantly changing. Dickstein Law, LLC makes every effort to keep the state specific information up to date and accurate.  However, the information may become outdated or superseded by new law over time.  The state specific information contained on this site should not be construed as legal advice by Dickstein Law, LLC.  These materials are intended as a general information resource and should not be relied on for any specific claim or situation. If you have a subrogation question or if you notice an error in the information provided on this site, please contact Brandon Dickstein at brandon@dicksteinsubro.com.