Cydney Campbell Webster has successfully represented clients in personal injury matters since 1993. As a partner at GLP Attorneys, Ms. Webster primarily represents clients injured as a result of automobile accidents, construction site injuries and defective products. She has effectively represented her clients and has obtained significant financial compensation in the course of her practice, including several million dollar results and most recently a seven million dollar settlement in 2009 for a child tragically injured in a playground incident.
Ms. Webster attended Seattle University as an undergraduate and obtained a Juris Doctorate from University of Puget Sound. She is an Eagle member of WSTLA and has been recognized as a Washington Law and Politics Super Lawyer in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. She is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Ms. Webster is married and enjoys raising her two children with her husband.
Mary’s Place: http://www.marysplaceseattle.org/
Teaching, Deposition Skills, National Institute for Trial Advocacy at Seattle University School of Law, August 2015
Speaker, WSAJ New Member Committee Seminar, Winning Your Case and Staying on Budget, ‘Up and Running: What You Can and Can’t Live Without When Preparing for Trial’, March 2014
Speaker, WSAJ Legal Education Seminar, Nuts and Bolts of Wrongful Death Claims, March 2012
Speaker, National Business Institute CLE How to Successfully Resolve Automobile Injury Cases, Seattle, August 2008
$7 million for a child involved in a playground injury.
$2.1 million for a young girl injured in a single car collision sustaining a severe brain injury.
$1.9 million settlement for a medical negligence wrongful death claim against Sono Bello and Dr. Marco Sobrino for the death of a 28 year old woman, Aura Javellana. Ms. Javellana died May 27, 2009 as a result of acute lidocaine toxicity from a tumescent liposuction surgery performed the day before.
$1 million dollar result for a man who was seriously injured, suffering extensive brain damage when he was buried under a massive, heavy fishing net due to the manufacturer's failure to properly place warnings and instructions on how to properly and safely transport the net.
Obtained a one million dollar settlement for a construction worker who was injured on the first day on the job when a large truss beam fell off of the framing because it was not secured before other beams were being placed into the framing causing serious facial fractures and brain trauma.
Obtained over a half million dollar settlement by holding a construction company responsible for the wrongful death of the only child (a son) of an immigrant family. Although the son was an adult, and Washington law limits damages for the wrongful death of a child over the age of 18, she was able to prove the parents were substantially financially dependant upon their son for support at the time of his death. This allowed the case to be settled and allowed the parents to obtain damages for parental grief, for the loss of their son's companionship, and for the destruction of the parent-child relationship.
Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Medical negligence in the "Office-Based Surgery Center" setting leads to death of 28-year-old woman, WSAJ Trial News, September 2011 - Article PDF
Rising Star, Washington Law & Politics, 1999, 2000