Seattle attorney Chris Davis founded Davis Law Group, P.S. in 1994 on a set of simple, common-sense principles. Today these principles represent the foundation of The Davis Law Group Advantage: our No Fee Guarantee, Client Bill of Rights, and a Code of Ethics.
Code of Ethics - Attorney-Client Privilege
All attorneys are governed by a higher standard called the Code of Ethics. We believe as attorneys we must live by these ethics in all that we do and say. Among these ethics is one specific right your lawyer is obligated to provide: attorney-client privilege.
This privilege means that a lawyer, or any member of his or her staff, cannot reveal most things you say or show to your lawyer. This is true if you have hired that lawyer or just talked with a lawyer and communicated certain information. There are exceptions to this privilege if a client reveals plans to peform an illegal action like lying under oath.
Contingency Fees: Our No Win, No Fee Guarantee
The cost of legal services is always a major concern for people who have been injured in an accident and may have financial issues or may be unable to work. We offer our legal services on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not owe or pay any attorney's fees until we successfully resolve your case. This incentivizes us to achieve the best possible results for our clients, and it also eliminates the need for you and your family to spend thousands of dollars out-of-pocket to hire a qualified attorney. Put simply, if we don’t collect money damages for you, you don’t owe an attorney fee.
Client Bill of Rights
Davis Law Group is committed to the highest standard in legal representation. We believe as our injured person or client you have the:
- Right to easily get answers and help when you or a loved one is injured.
- Right to a free legal consultation.
- Right to attorney-client privilege.
- Right to hear your legal rights and options explained in plain English without legal mumbo jumbo.
- Right to expect competence from our firm and all who work here.
- Right to know the truth about your case.
- Right to be updated regularly and in a timely manner as to the progress of your case.
- Right to a fair, clearly-written fee agreement with our firm.
- Right to a fair fee for the work we do.
- Right to make the ultimate decision on your case.