Port Orchard GLP Attorneys Office


2153 Bethel Road SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Contact Our Port Orchard Office

The GLP Attorneys Port Orchard law office is located in the thriving downtown of Port Orchard’s tight knit community. There are 3 attorneys and support staff dedicated to providing skillful advocacy services to personal injury law clients no matter the type of personal injury case.

We service personal injury law clients from primarily around the greater Kitsap Peninsula, Clallam County, Jefferson County and Grays Harbor County.

 

Driving Directions from WA-16 Westbound to our Port Orchard Office:
1. Take the WA-160/ Sedgewick Rd. exit toward Southworth Fwy
2. Turn right at SE Sedgewick Rd exit toward Southworth Fwy
3. Turn left at Bethel Rd SE
4. GLP will be on the right

Driving Directions from the Seattle Office to the Ferry Terminal on Pier 52:
1. Drive northwest on 4th Ave. toward Cedar St
2. Turn left onto Cedar St
3. Turn left onto Elliott Ave
4. Turn right on Vine St
5. Turn right onto Alaskan Way
6. The Ferry Terminal is on Pier 52 and will be on the left-hand side of the road
7. Take the Bremerton Ferry. The ferry ride will take approx 60 minutes

Driving Directions from Bremerton Ferry Terminal to our Port Orchard Office:
1. Drive Northeast on 1st St./WA-304 toward Terminal Way.
2. Turn left at Burwell St/WA-304
3. Turn left at N Callow Ave/WA-304, Continue after street becomes S. Charleston Blvd.
4. Keep left at the fork to continue on WA-3
5. Stay to the right to merge onto WA-16 East, toward Tacoma
6. Take the Old Clifton Rd//Tremont St exit, toward Port Orchard
7. Turn right at SW Old Clifton Rd/Tremont St W, Continue to follow Tremont St W
8. Tremont St W becomes Lund Ave SE
9. Turn left at Bethel Rd SE
10. Office is on the right-hand side at ‎2153 Bethel Rd SE

Parking Information: Open parking lot in front of building.

GLP Attorneys is open for business, but our teams are working remotely until further notice to help protect our employees, clients and our communities from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our legal teams and staff will be answering calls, voicemail, and email, and will conduct all business by telephone, video conference, email or other electronic means. Defense counsel should serve all pleadings and responsive documents on our office via email to the attorney of record on your file. We appreciate your patience until we are able to resume full and normal operations of all of our offices. We will get through this together!
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