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Mr Steven is a top notch attorney. He has work on many of my landlord tenant issues, with great results. He... more
Spokane  Eric Michael Steven

Eric Steven

Spokane, WA Landlord & Tenant
Avvo rating 8.6
I hired Sarah around 9 months ago. I have folloed her from one office to another while she began work at a... more
Spokane  Sarah Lynn Karp

Sarah Karp

Spokane, WA Family
Avvo rating 6.5
Mr. Ayers was very helpful in an extremely important and urgent case. The initial outcome was not what had... more
Spokane  Zachary Lynn Ayers

Zachary Ayers

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.4
Phillips failed to even read the case file for six months until right before when the case was suppose to... more
Spokane  Matthew S Phillips

Matthew Phillips

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
Kevin helped me with an unusual case. I experienced a lot of uncertainty and stress as the matter progressed,... more
Spokane  Kevin James Curtis

Kevin Curtis

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
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


practicing lawyers in Spokane

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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