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Cam’s strength, compassion, knowledge, and persistence were unbelievable. Time and time again, whether it... more
Spokane  Camerina I Brokaw-Zorrozua

Camerina Brokaw-Zorrozua

Spokane, WA Family
Avvo rating 6.3
I would and have recommended Andrea to any person in need of an attorney. She does an amazing job. She is... more
Spokane  Andrea M Poplawski

Andrea Poplawski

Spokane, WA Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
I hired Andrea to help me get visits with my son. Paid her a small fortune, she never kept me informed, kept... more
Spokane  Andrea M Poplawski

Andrea Poplawski

Spokane, WA Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Charles T. Conrad came into my life in 1994, I retained him as my atty.He has been acting on my behalf for... more
Spokane  Charles Thomas Conrad

Charles Conrad

Spokane, WA Social Security
Avvo rating 9.0
I was in crisis. Met with her and she agree to take on my custody case in exchange for a website for her... more
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Sara Tingley

Spokane, WA Lawyer
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"Jeremy is not only a great lawyer, he is equally at home whether he's compassionately listening, or laughing... more
Spokane  Jeremy S. Davidson

Jeremy Davidson

Spokane, WA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 10.0
The legal work that Connie Shields did on my behalf was outstanding. Connie was very attentive to my needs... more
Spokane  Constance Shields

Constance Shields

Spokane, WA Family
Avvo rating 9.3
Sonja is very knowledgeable and is very attentive. She will and does go above and beyond for her clients. It... more
Spokane  Sonja Elizabeth Jacobsen

Sonja Jacobsen

Spokane, WA Child Abuse
Avvo rating 8.0


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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