John D. Webber is a managing shareholder of GLP Attorneys based in the firm’s Seattle office. John began his practice of personal injury law in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1995. In 2000, he moved to Seattle, and joined the personal injury attorney Seattle team at GLP Attorneys. John is an Eagle member of the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ), and has served the organization in various leadership roles, including as 2020-2021 Vice President Public Affairs, 2019-2020 Board of Governors At-Large member, and as the 2018 Co-Chair for the WSAJ Annual Convention. He also serves as a board member for the Foundation for Washington State Courts. He earned the honor of being named a 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021 SuperLawyer, and a 2007 and 2008 Washington Rising Star by Washington Law & Politics. He has earned a 10.0 rating on Avvo.com and is an active member of the American Association for Justice.
John focuses his law practice on significant personal injury cases from truck or car collisions, wrongful death, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, construction accidents, logging accidents, traumatic brain injuries and premise liability cases. John is a frequent speaker to the healthcare community in Western Washington regarding personal injury law in Washington State. He is a Co-Chair for the GLP Attorneys Diversity Committee, and a member of the firm’s Human Resources/Operations Committee, Finance Committee, and Marketing Committee. John was also recently elected to Vice President of Public Affairs for the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) for 2020-2021. John’s passion lies in helping others overcome hardships and his service is devoted to improving the diverse community in which he lives by attaining justice for all members of society, including LGBTQ people and those who have been denied rights.
$7 million policy limit settlement against a Housing Authority for a playground accident that left a young girl permanently brain damaged. John served as co-lead counsel on this case with Cydney Campbell Webster and Scott Lundberg.
$3 million for two construction workers who were injured when a two story pre-fabricated wall fell on them.
$2 million policy limit for a 42 year old logger permanently injured when a co-worker cut a tree that fell and crushed him.
$1.1 million for a construction worker struck by a concrete pump hose, sustaining a permanent head injury.
$575,000 for an airline mechanic injured on the job when a driver ran a red light, striking her work vehicle, leading to a cervical fusion.
$500,000 for a young man struck by a car in a bar parking lot where bar security failed to break up a disturbance, sustaining a brachial plexus injury.
$500,000 for a man who slipped on grease while on the job as a sanitation worker, falling into a hole in a poorly maintained parking lot, requiring shoulder surgery.
Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Working for the Common Good, Washington State Chiropractic Association Plexus, Oct/Nov 2013
Balancing Your Practice: Personal Injury Patients & Getting Paid In Full, Washington State Chiropractic Association Plexus, 2012
Washington State Super Lawyers, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021
Highest rating by Avvo.com - 10.0
Top 100 Trial Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers Association, 2013
Member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Harry S. Truman Scholar, 1990
Rising Star, Washington Law & Politics, 2007 and 2008