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STERLING! This is the only word I can think of to describe our work with Dave and his firm. Sterling! It... more
Seattle  David M von Beck

David von Beck

Seattle, WA Construction & Development
Avvo rating 9.3
Dave and his firm took on Shea Homes in a Mass Action lawsuit involving issues we had with how our homes were... more
Seattle  David M von Beck

David von Beck

Seattle, WA Construction & Development
Avvo rating 9.3
Mr. von Beck represented a group of homeowners against a powerful corporation. He didn't give up until he... more
Seattle  David M von Beck

David von Beck

Seattle, WA Construction & Development
Avvo rating 9.3
He not only did an excellent job, with an excellent result. He also knew when to bring in additional... more
Seattle  David M von Beck

David von Beck

Seattle, WA Construction & Development
Avvo rating 9.3
Shannon was my attorney for my naturalization process. She guided me all through the process. Patiently... more
Seattle  Shannon M Underwood

Shannon Underwood

Seattle, WA Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Davis Law helped me with a zombie debt collector and with a credit report that was mixed together with... more
Seattle  Antoinette M Davis

Antoinette Davis

Seattle, WA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 10.0
The 'benchmark' for Lawyers for the litigation we were involved in. They took on a major home builder Shea... more
Seattle  David M von Beck

David von Beck

Seattle, WA Construction & Development
Avvo rating 9.3
I hired Law Offices of Emily M. Gause PLLC to seal vacated criminal records that have been hunting me for... more
Seattle  Emily Marie Gause

Emily Gause

Seattle, WA Federal Crime
Avvo rating 7.7

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Many cities in the United States have seen a temporary economic boost from the discovery of gold. Seattle, however, capitalized on the discovery of gold in a nearby location. When the 1897 discovery of gold in Alaska sparked the Klondike Gold Rush, Seattle merchants quickly moved to present the city as a center for supplies and transportation.

Seattle’s population doubled in ten years. The transformation from a timber town into a shipping center had begun, and the city soon became the economic heart of the region.