I am not a lawyer. For 15 years I worked as a communications professional in the high tech industry for companies such as Summit Software, Microsoft, Vulcan, Primus Knowledge Solutions and others. In 2007, I joined my husband at Davis Law Group to help revolutionize how law firms serve and communicate with their clients and to manage media relations for the firm.
My goal is to make sure that you are consistently receiving the highest quality client service from everyone in our office---receptionists, paralegals, legal assistants, and attorneys. We want you to understand exactly what we are doing to manage your case and to ensure that you get fair compensation for your injuries, harms and losses.
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Client Media Relations Services
The vast majority of Davis Law Group clients are never interviewed by reporters and their cases are never featured in the news. But for our newsworthy cases in which media coverage is unavoidable or necessary, our in-house media/public relations team will create an individual media plan; handle all interview requests; provide media training; and will be present to provide emotional support to clients during interviews.
We also help clients that wish to maintain their privacy (do not want to give interviews) by acting as a protective buffer from the media.
Our Commitment To Our Community
My husband and I are thankful that owning and managing our own business gives us the flexibility and resources to give back to our community. I manage all of the community outreach programs at Davis Law Group such as: the Davis Law Group School Supplies Gift Program; the Davis Law Group Scholar Athlete Program; our Viral Video Scholarship Contest; the Davis Law Group Hit-And-Run Rewards Program, our support of Washington State Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and the firm's annual holiday program providing gifts to homeless children.
Traffic Safety Advocacy
I was first touched by the impact of drunk driving when I was a teenager living in Kentucky and several of my high school classmates were injured and one killed in a drunk driving crash that took place shortly before graduation. A few short years later 27 people were killed by a drunk driver that crashed into a school bus in Kentucky. These tragic 'accidents' would have a profound impact one me.
When I learned just how big the drunk driving problem is in Washington State I felt called to take an active role in the effort to reduce impaired driving in my community. So I became a supporter of and active volunteer in the Washington State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving MADD).
In Washington State MADD is solely supported by your donations. Please help me support the cause! You can help eliminate drunk driving in Washington State by making a donation to MADD.
Mischelle Davis, Chairman of Mothers Against Drunk Driving's Washington State Advisory Board, was pleased to join the Seattle Seahawk's 2016 Rookie Transition Camp to discuss the dangers of impaired driving.
MADD Washington State Advisory Board Member
Mischelle Davis is one of the founding members the MADD Washington State Advisory Board. The State Advisory Board provides leadership and strategic guidance to MADD in Washington State. The board helps determine how to best implement programs and services to broaden MADD’s operation and funding base and increase capacity through the building of partnerships in Washington State.
Pictured Right: MADD National President Jan Withers and Mischelle Davis