With a population of 29,748, Lacey is a suburb of Washington’s state capital, Olympia. Lacey is home to Saint Martin's University, Charter College and Thurston County's largest school district, North Thurston Public Schools. This makes this community a great place to live and work, as well as enjoy many recreational activities.
Located in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, Lacey’s golf courses and more than 1,200 acres of public parks, as well as the adjoining Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, make this an outdoorsman’s paradise. There’s also the old-fashioned county fair, a festival of Dixieland jazz, Lacey Spring Fun Fair, and the Pacific Northwest Mushroom Festival. There really is no shortage of things to do in Lacey.
Lacey Is Also Here Where People Get Hurt
People in Lacey, like people throughout the Washington state and across the country, are at risk of being injured in all types of accidents. Car accidents, aggressive dogs, pedestrian collisions, truck accidents, motorcycle collisions and other risks are encountered by people every single day and sometimes lead to serious injuries.
If you or a loved one are one of the people who has been hurt by someone else’s negligence in Lacey, you need to take action to protect your fair recovery. Remember: you don’t have to take this action alone. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Davis Law Group serve the community of Lacey and are ready and waiting to help you. We want to make sure that you recover damages for all of your medical costs, lost income, out-of-pocket expenses, physical pain, and emotional suffering.
Davis Law Group does this by thoroughly investigating what happened to you and negotiating your settlement with the insurance company or taking your case to court. But don’t worry: you and your family will remain in control of your claim and you will be fully informed about what is happening.
To learn more about our office, please schedule a free and confidential case evaluation meeting with us at your convenience. We can be reached via this website or by phone at any time by calling (206) 727-4000.