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Danielson has been a friend, mentor

When I first started practicing law, I worked for a general practice firm and was assigned various types of cases dealing with numerous laws.

If I needed advice about case law or trial procedures, I called Bruce Danielson.

With most attorneys, time is money and they’re always concerned about billable hours.

This was never the case with Bruce.

He always took the time to answer my questions and assist me. Bruce Danielson has been my mentor.

He has a unique ability to analyze complex legal issues quickly, understand the laws applicable to a case, and knows which course of action should be pursued for the most efficient, cost-effective manner for the client.

His knowledge of civil litigation law — business, property, divorce and bankruptcy and federal law — is extensive, and not just the technical issues put practical aspects as well.

Bruce Danielson is highly respected among his colleagues who have had cases decided by Bruce as an arbitrator.

Bruce Danielson also has a reputation for working toward resolutions rather than prolonging litigation.

Bruce Danielson would be a valuable asset to the Kitsap Superior Court.



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