Safer Seattle is a news and opinion website all about transportation issues in and around the great city of Seattle, Washington. We believe that our community is constantly being affected in some way by a number of different traffic safety, infrastructure, and legislative policy issues that deserve attention and news coverage. We are sponsored and operated by Davis Law Group, P.S. – an award-winning personal injury law firm located in the heart of downtown Seattle.
Below is a list of the administrative team and contributors to the website. If you have any comments, questions, concerns, or suggestions for future content, please feel free to reach out to us using the contact form on this page or by sending an email to info (at) davislawgroupseattle.com.
About the Safer Seattle Team
Mischelle Davis is an award-winning traffic safety educator. Mischelle moved to Seattle from Atlanta, Georgia in the mid-90’s to work for a number of high-tech companies such as Microsoft as a marketing and communications professional. In 2007, she joined her husband at Davis Law Group to help revolutionize how law firms serve and communicate with their clients.
Mischelle also contributes her time and talents or gives financial support to a number of charity organizations and causes such as: Love Without Boundaries, American Cancer Society, Public Television, and others. But it is her work with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to help end impaired driving which is closest to her heart.
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Ian Waldron is a born-and-raised Western Washingtonian, having grown up in the Seattle suburb of Edmonds. In addition to serving as the Operations Manager for Davis Law Group, Ian spends his free time rooting for the Mariners and Seahawks and spending time with his wife and dogs. Five years of commuting from Snohomish County to the downtown Seattle core has taught Ian a lot about public transportation and the state of Washington’s infrastructure. His biggest traffic pet peeve is when drivers and bicyclists turn or change lanes without signaling.