Heather D. Webb has worked in the legal field since 1990, progressing from Paralegal to Law Clerk to becoming an Attorney in 2007. Ms. Webb, with John Webber, now leads the Burlington office of GLP Attorneys.
Ms. Webb began working at GLP Attorneys in 2002, and from 2003 to 2007, Ms. Webb was a Rule 6 Law Clerk through the Washington State Bar Association while still working at the firm. The law clerk program, which provides an alternative to the traditional law school program, combines a theoretical, scholastic, and clinical experience. After graduating from the program, Ms. Webb joined the firm as an attorney in 2007.
Ms. Webb majored in Spanish at the University of Washington and is bilingual in Spanish. She now provides representation to all of GLP Attorneys’ Spanish speaking clients across the state.
Ms. Webb is passionate about representing her clients which has resulted in favorable verdicts in her recent trials. Ms. Webb enjoys understanding her clients’ stories and conveying them in her representation and advocacy. She was recognized as a Rising Star in 2013, 2014 & 2015.
When Ms. Webb is not working she spends as much time as she can with her husband and two children.
$3,000,000 settlement for two construction workers who were injured when a two story prefabricated wall fell on them.
$1.25 million policy limits settlement for a woman who fractured her leg in a head on collision.
$452,000 settlement for a woman who was rear ended and needed a cervical fusion.
$350,000 settlement for a woman who was rear ended and sustained a lighting up of a congenital condition that required a cervical fusion.
$262,500 settlement for a man who was in a low impact collision and sustained a left labral hip tear and lighting up of dormant osteoarthritis with no surgery.
$74,885 verdict with attorneys’ fees and costs for a man who was t-boned and sustained soft tissue injuries with four months of chiropractic treatment.
Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Volunteer at the 20th Annual Law Day Advice Clinic, sponsored by the Skagit Volunteer Lawyer Program, the Washington State Paralegal Association (WSPA)-Northwest Chapter and the Skagit County Law Library, May 2014