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Brent Bohan is truly a blessing. I called Brent and asked for his help. I had to be in court that afternoon... more
Seattle  Brent Patrick Bohan

Brent Bohan

Seattle, WA Family
Avvo rating 10.0
I contacted this firm and spoke with Brenda the receptionist first but was uncomfortable following through... more
Seattle  Elizabeth S Touschner

Elizabeth Touschner

Seattle, WA Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 5.9
Kelly was personable and diligent in recovering my losses from two different insurance agencies following my... more
Seattle  Kelly D. Burdette

Kelly Burdette

Seattle, WA Car Accidents
Avvo rating 7.9
I have great respect for Mr. Ferguson. He always ensures matters are given the proper attention required. He... more
Seattle  Hunter Olds Ferguson

Hunter Ferguson

Seattle, WA Litigation
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My experience working with Darryl Parker was and still is professional, empowering,educational and supportive.... more
Seattle  Darryl Parker

Darryl Parker

Seattle, WA Civil Rights
Avvo rating 7.5
Jason Newcomb is true to his word.... that he is a bulldog. He is friendly and proved we could trust him to... more
Seattle  Jason Scott Newcombe

Jason Newcombe

Seattle, WA Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Lisa answered (and still answers) all of my questions, and I've had a lot of them. The details of my case... more
Seattle  Lisa Anne Burke

Lisa Burke

Seattle, WA Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 9.0
I only needed to meet with Brandon a few times for my issue to be resolved, but I was immediately impressed... more
Seattle  Brandon Scott Sipherd

Brandon Sipherd

Seattle, WA Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 8.9


practicing lawyers in Seattle

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.