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Cydney Campbell Webster


Seattle Office
2601 4th Ave., Suite 6
Seattle, WA 98121



Cydney Campbell Webster is a Shareholder in GLP Attorneys’ Seattle office.

Professional Overview

Cydney has successfully represented clients in personal injury matters since 1993. As a shareholder at GLP Attorneys, she is an integral part of the firm’s Seattle team.  Cydney primarily represents clients injured as a result of automobile accidents, construction site injuries, and defective products. She has effectively represented her clients for decades, obtaining significant financial compensation for a broad range of injured clients, including a $7 million settlement for a child tragically injured in a playground incident.

Cydney attended Seattle University as an undergraduate and obtained a Juris Doctorate from University of Puget Sound. She is an Eagle member of Washington State Association for Justice and has been repeatedly recognized as a Super Lawyer by Washington Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2022. She is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, maintains a 10.0 Avvo rating, and is an active member of the American Association of Justice.

Awards & Recognition

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  • University of Puget Sound School of Law, J.D., 1993
  • Seattle University, B.A., Business; Emphasis in Finance, 1989
  • Washington State Bar, 1993
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Washington, 1994
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, 2000
  • Volunteer, Mary’s Place
  • Instructor, Deposition Skills, National Institute for Trial Advocacy at Seattle University School of Law, August 2018
  • Instructor, Deposition Skills, National Institute for Trial Advocacy at Seattle University School of Law, August 2015
  • American Association for Justice, Member, 2018
  • Washington State Association for Justice
    • Eagle Member
    • Awards Committee, Member, 2018
  • “Seattle Leaders in Law: Remarkable Representation,” Forbes and Fortune, April 2024
  • InstructorDeposition SkillsNational Institute for Trial Advocacy at Seattle University School of Law, August 2015
  • Speaker, “Winning Your Case and Staying on Budget”; “Up and Running: What You Can and Can’t Live Without When Preparing for Trial”, Washington State Association for Justice New Member Committee Seminar,  March 2014
  • Speaker, “Nuts and Bolts of Wrongful Death Claims”, Washington State Association for Justice Legal Education Seminar, March 2012
  • Medical negligence in the ‘Office-Based Surgery Center’ setting leads to death of 28-year-old woman”, Washington State Association for Justice Trial News, September 2011
  • Speaker, “How to Successfully Resolve Automobile Injury Cases”, National Business Institute CLE, Seattle, August 2008

Cydney is married and enjoys raising her two children with her husband.

Successful Cases

$10 Million

$10,000,000 resolution for a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury.

$7 Million

$7 million policy limit settlement against a property owner, plus an undisclosed seven figure amount from additional defendants, for a playground incident that left a young girl permanently brain damaged.

$3 Million

$3 million for a construction laborer whose legs were crushed after a massive wood-framed wall fell on him.

$2.1 Million

$2.1 million for a young girl injured in a single car collision sustaining a severe brain injury.

$1.87 Million

$1.87 million for medical malpractice wrongful death of an adult child in which a 28-year-old woman died after liposuction surgery. This case was covered extensively in the media.

$1.795 Million

$1,795,000 settlement for the family of a pedestrian who was killed while crossing the street mid-block by a driver who was using the reversible lane in an attempt to illegally overtake traffic and enter the turn lane.

$1.5 Million

$1,500,000 settlement for a vulnerable adult who was neglected in an adult family home. This claim was made against the State of Washington Department of Social and Health Services for allowing the adult family home to operate without a license.

$1 Million

$1 million result for a man who was seriously injured when he was buried under a heavy fishing net.

$1 Million

$1 million settlement for a construction worker injured during his first day on the job when a large truss beam fell on him.

$1 Million

$1,000,000 resolution for a client who was injured in a residential construction premise injury.


$625,000 settlement for an individual who was injured in a wrongful death motorcycle collision.


$500,000+ settlement by holding a construction company responsible for the wrongful death of the only child of an immigrant family.


$390,000 settlement for a client who sustained a broken spine in a rear-end motor vehicle collision.


Confidential settlement for a store customer who sustained a brain injury that eventually led to a Parkinson’s diagnosis after he was struck by a product that fell from a high shelf that an employee was attempting to retrieve.

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