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When we asked around for the name of an adoption attorney the only name we got was Mark Iverson. (Five times)... more
Spokane  Mark Richard Iverson

Mark Iverson

Spokane, WA Adoption
Avvo rating 10.0
I would like to thank Mr Conrad for his help this past 1-1/2 years obtaining a SSD hearing. Due to an... more
Spokane  Charles Thomas Conrad

Charles Conrad

Spokane, WA Social Security
Avvo rating 9.0
Eric is extremely professional, knowledgable and a true fighter for his clients. I trust him completely and... more
Spokane  Eric Roche Byrd

Eric Byrd

Spokane, WA Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 7.4
I would like to take a moment & share my appreciation for Attorney Charles Conrad, Spokane, WA. I had the... more
Spokane  Charles Thomas Conrad

Charles Conrad

Spokane, WA Social Security
Avvo rating 9.0
I know and have worked with a number of family law attorneys through the years but Kelly Malone is the one I... more
Spokane  Kelly Malone

Kelly Malone

Spokane, WA Family
Avvo rating 6.8
I strongly recommend Eric Byrd due to his professionalism, thoroughness and personal approach. Right from... more
Spokane  Eric Roche Byrd

Eric Byrd

Spokane, WA Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 7.4
I have had the pleasure of having Byron McLean represent me on two separate cases. Each time I felt... more
Spokane  Byron Lee McLean

Byron McLean

Spokane, WA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.9
I had never dealt with a lawyer and called Schneider because he was the first number I found. I got the... more
Spokane  Steven Schneider

Steven Schneider

Spokane, WA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 6.8

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Spokane Falls, which would later become Spokane, was devastated by fire in 1889. Due to problems with a pump station, the city had no water pressure during the fire. Firefighters were reduced to demolishing buildings with dynamite to isolate the flames. Thirty-two blocks were completely destroyed.

Superintendent of Waterworks Rolla A. Jones was found blameless in the investigation that followed, but he resigned regardless. The disaster sparked a wave of safety legislation, including prohibiting wooden buildings in the downtown area, establishing a professional fire department, and pushing for the installation of new, electric fire alarms.

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