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Charlie was a huge help with interpretating the legal language used in the court documents explaining the... more
Spokane  Charles E. Rohr JR

Charles Rohr

Spokane, WA Lawyer
Avvo rating 7.8
I am a colleague and former client of Mr. Batchelor. He is one of the most diligent and responsive lawyers... more
Spokane  Brandon K. Batchelor

Brandon Batchelor

Spokane, WA Litigation
Avvo rating 6.8
Awful experience with These people. At the beginning they said one thing and the next thing I know my... more
Spokane  Gina Maria Costello

Gina Costello

Spokane, WA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.3
Went in he assured me it was an easy case and said he could change more things than I wanted but I kept it... more
Spokane  Mark Thomas Dehaven

Mark Dehaven

Spokane, WA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 6.5
Paul is awesome he got me what I wanted and we didn't even have to go to court. He let me know when I was... more
Spokane  Paul Beymer Mack

Paul Mack

Spokane, WA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.7
This man knows alot when it came too my claim!!!My name is Marcus Daniels and I will recommend all my people... more
Spokane  Asa Chodesh Lamusga

Asa Lamusga

Spokane, WA Social Security
Avvo rating 7.7
Paul and his support staff have done an excellent job of compiling all of our estate issues and putting... more
Spokane  Paul Douglas Fitzpatrick

Paul Fitzpatrick

Spokane, WA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 10.0
Working with Mr. Kobluk was a rewarding experience as he demonstrated respect, competency, and an ongoing... more
Spokane  Gerald Kobluk

Gerald Kobluk

Spokane, WA Litigation
Avvo rating 8.8

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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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