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Spokane  Christal S. Lam

Christal Lam

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
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Spokane  Jodi Marie Felice

Jodi Felice

Spokane, WA Adoption
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Spokane  Steven O Anderson

Steven Anderson

Spokane, WA Probate
Avvo rating 10.0
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Spokane  Kenneth L. Isserlis

Kenneth Isserlis

Spokane, WA Social Security
Avvo rating 8.6
Mark Iverson was very highly recommended to my wife and I when were looking for an attorney to help us with... more
Spokane  Mark Richard Iverson

Mark Iverson

Spokane, WA Adoption
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Paul Fitzpatrick made working on estate planning a pleasure, or as close to it as that task is ever going to... more
Spokane  Paul Douglas Fitzpatrick

Paul Fitzpatrick

Spokane, WA Estate Planning
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Ms. Marshall listened to us, she took the time to ask questions. We appreciated her advocacy and detailed... more
Spokane  Megan Elizabeth Marshall

Megan Marshall

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
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Spokane  Edith Marie Martinez

Edith Martinez

Spokane, WA Divorce & Separation
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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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