Welcome to the Davis Law Group Blog

Just like newspapers, our blog reports news. We then go a step further--we provide legal analysis of actual events, based upon the news reports, in order to provide our readers real world insights into their legal rights and legal options.

It is our intention to help to preserve the legal rights of accident victims by educating our readers as to what their rights may actually be, what laws may apply, how frequent similar accidents occur, who may be legally at fault, time limits (statute of limitations) for taking action, and so on. It is our hope that by doing so, accident victims will gain a better understanding of their own legal rights and more wrongdoers will be held accountable.

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  • The Lawyer's Wife's Tale The noble idea of attorneys such as Abe Lincoln and Atticus Finch are now considered to be the stuff of legal mythology and courtroom fairy tales.
  • Former Juror Calls Chris Davis To Handle A Car Accident Claim A former King County juror (jury duty) calls attorney Chris Davis after suffering from a car accident.
  • Why I hate DUI attorney advertisements. I absolutely hate hearing ads for DUI attorneys. And don’t like drunk driving lawyers one bit. Sure, they may be nice enough guys, I suppose, but when tens of thousands of people are injured or killed every year because someone made the choice to drink alcohol and then get behind the wheel of a car. Why would anyone want to defend the actions of such irresponsible individuals? Money, that’s why.
  • Davis Law Group's Scholar Athlete Program Featured in Trial Magazine In the October 2012 Issue of Trial Magazine they featured our Scholar Athlete Program as part of their Justice in Motion section which focuses on awards, community programs, education, and general inspirational stories. The article displayed a photograph of Chris with our 2009 Scholar Athlete of the Year, David Shattuck.