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Seattle’s Best Personal Injury Attorney – Chris Davis

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At the Ben Glass conference for lawyers this weekend I met and got to know personal injury attorney Chris Davis, his wife, son and parents. I have known of Chris Davis and his law firm but never actually met him. To say I was impressed is an understatement. Davis is truly a “super lawyer” and more importantly, a “super guy, husband and dad”.

When we need to work with an out of state law firm to pursue an out of California cause or when someone needs a referral to an out of state attorney, I am very particular with whom I associate or refer someone to. Very particular!

After spending some time with Chris Davis and getting to know him personally, he has been moved to the top of my referral list for the state of Washington for all personal injury matters including car accidents, boating accidents, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and anything else involving a serious or fatal injury due to an accident. He has been moved to the top of our list for Washington State insurance bad faith, medical malpractice and dog attack claims as well.

Why did I move Chris Davis to the top of my list for Seattle personal injury attorneys? What so impressed me about Chris Davis was much more than his lawyering skills. I expect excellent lawyering skills out of any lawyer I associate with or refer people to. I was impressed with Chris Davis as a man, a man who takes care of his family and his clients in very good ways. I know I can trust him and I can trust my clients to him.

One of the more impressive things about Chris Davis, the personal injury lawyer, besides the outstanding results he obtains for his clients, is his dedication to his clients and their causes. I judge a man’s qualities by how I see him act, not by what he tells me he does. I judge by how he operates over time. Chris Davis is the real thing.

It is an honor to share a profession with a real professional like Chris Davis. Check out his Seattle, Washington law practice through his website at: http://www.injurytriallawyer.com.

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