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LAWPOINTS 17
Kimberly J. Thomas (4.9 miles)
General Practice
8776 E Truax Rd,
Fairfield, WA 99012, Spokane County
LAWPOINTS 17
Ronald William Skibbie (9.1 miles)
Criminal
Valleyford, WA 99036, Spokane County
LAWPOINTS 12
Shane O Nees (1.3 miles)
General Practice
Fairfield, WA 99012, Spokane County
LAWPOINTS 12
Robert Lee Henry (2.1 miles)
General Practice
25010 S Lewis Rd,
Fairfield, WA 99012, Spokane County
LAWPOINTS 12
Richard E. Dullanty (4.6 miles)
General Practice
111 W Emma St, Po Box 110
Rockford, WA 99030, Spokane County
LAWPOINTS 7
Thomas Dodge (1.3 miles)
General Practice
Fairfield, WA 99012, Spokane County

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... 4 Sacred Heart filed an animal bite incident report with the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS), a department established by the county's board of county commissioners to administer and enforce animal control provisions of the county code. ...

¶ 2 During the 1990s, the Department of Transportation (DOT) undertook a project to redesign and upgrade State Route 395. As a result of the DOT's project, Union Elevator lost feasible access to its grain elevator facility. In 1996, Union Elevator filed a complaint for inverse ...

... A plaintiff may rely upon res ipsa loquitur's inference of negligence if (1) the accident or occurrence that caused the plaintiff's injury would not ordinarily happen in the absence of negligence, (2) the instrumentality or agency that caused the plaintiff's injury was in the exclusive ...

... A. Background. ¶ 8 The United States Constitution extends the judicial power of the federal courts "to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction," preserving the general maritime law as a species of federal common law. US Const. art. ...

... Barr v. MacGugan, 119 Wash.App. 43, 78 P.3d 660 (2003). ¶ 10 In In re Adoption of Henderson, 97 Wash.2d 356, 644 P.2d 1178 (1982), changes made in a governing statute provided that adoption decrees should be final from the date of entry. ...