The Happiest People Live in Alaska

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Alaska Has the Happiest People

Anyone living in Anchorage, Alaska, already knows why we choose to live in the great state of Alaska; however, a recent survey confirmed what we already knew—we live in one of the best states in America. According to a story in the New York Post, the happiest people in America live in Hawaii and Alaska. The story begins with this statement: “If you want to improve your sense of well-being, leave the lower 48.” This is exciting but old news for the residents in Anchorage, Alaska. We have always known that Alaska is the best place to live, but it is nice to know the rest of the United States is catching up with us.  [Read more…]

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Holiday Travel Tips You Can’t Leave Behind

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There are movies abound that showcase the pure headache that is holiday traveling. Even when the end result is quality family time, we admit, sometimes we question whether it’s worth it. Whether you’re planning your travels for the road or the sky, Kelley & Canterbury, LLC wants to give you some tips to ease the holiday travel stress and maximize your quality family time this holiday season.

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Winter Fun in Anchorage, Alaska

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Winter in Alaska is a beautiful time of year, with soft blankets of snow, glistening trees, and holiday spirit. Here at Kelley & Canterbury LLC, we enjoy getting together with our family and friends for the holidays.

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Whether you’re looking for a nice, quiet winter at home or a holiday adventure, there’s plenty to do around Anchorage this winter. Here are a few of our recommendations and tips on staying safe this season. [Read more…]

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How to Winterize Your Vehicle for the Alaska Winter

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Preparing for the winter weather in Anchorage entails more than buying some home heating fuel and pulling out the heavy winter coats. Ensuring your car is ready for winter is just as important. By taking the time for a little vehicle preparation, you can reduce your risk of an accident, as well as help keep yourself and your family safe if an accident does occur. Here is some advice from our attorneys.

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Is it safe to ride a bicycle during the winter in Alaska?

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Riding a bicycle in winter can be tricky, especially when weather leads to poor road conditions and visibility is at a minimum. Even so, some people choose to commute by bike or ride for recreation during the coldest months in Alaska. By taking the right precautions to reduce your risk of an accident, you can safely ride a bicycle in Anchorage this winter.

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Back to School Driving

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Car Accidents near schoolsSummer traffic is coming to and end, but that means a completely different type of traffic—school traffic. As the summer is winding to a close, many parents may feel anxious to get the kids back off to school. However, with school traffic comes greater risk. There are more people on the road during certain hours, busses are running, and there may be kids of all ages choosing to walk to school. There are many risks that come along with every single one of these factors, Even if you do not have children, this rise and change in traffic can have a major effect on you, and it is important to understand ways to safely interact with increased traffic, children, and school busses. [Read more…]

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