Bryan Prince-Olsen joined GLP Attorneys’ Seattle team as an Associate Attorney in 2010, after graduating Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law and then serving as a Law Clerk and Bailiff for the Honorable Mary Yu in the King County Superior Court. Bryan also previously worked for GLP Attorneys as a legal intern while in law school. Bryan has been one of GLP’s rising stars, representing hundreds of clients on personal injury matters from automobile collisions, insurance bad faith, premises liability, and wrongful death. Bryan’s commitment to his clients is evidenced by his successful advocacy at over 40 arbitration hearings to date (as part of the Superior Court Mandatory Arbitration program, and also in binding uninsured motorist hearings).
Bryan has been an Eagle member of the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) since 2011. He previously served as a member of the WSAJ New Member Committee from 2011 to 2012.
$350,000 settlement for a motorcycle versus car collision. Driver suffered serious spinal and brain injuries.
$300,000 settlement for a passenger in a car struck at high speed by another car. The passenger suffered aggravation of a pre-existing cerebral aneurysm, leading to an open brain surgery.
$225,000 for driver of automobile collision leading to cervical disc protrusion that ultimately required a prosthetic disc placement.
Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Member of American Civil Liberties Union
Member of American Association for Justice
Member of National Crime Victim Bar Association
Special Assistant Attorney General of the State of Washington Department of Labor and Industries