Gordon Charles Webb is recognized by the American Society of Legal Advocates as one of the Top 100 Litigation Lawyers in the State of Washington. He has successfully represented hundreds of people in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice cases around the United States.
Gordon is a principal founding member of Seattle Maritime Attorneys and the Webb Law Firm, a full service firm with offices in Bellevue and Seattle at Fisherman's Terminal. Gordon is a Seattle-Bellevue based attorney practicing in all State and Federal Courts of the State of Washington. Gordon holds a Master’s Degree in Law from Tulane University Law School. He has represented hundreds of people in personal injury, wage claims, bankruptcy claims and other matters involving litigation, trials, arbitration and mediations of cases arising in Alaska, Washington, California, the East Coast and other interesting venues around the world.
In addition to his extensive litigation practice, Gordon has been recognized by the American Society of Legal Advocates as one of the top 100 Litigation lawyers in the State of Washington. He is also recognized by the Washington State Bar Association and the Canadian Consulate General for his Pro Bono and Public Service Work assisting low income families and governmental entities.
Gordon was admitted to the bar in 1993, Washington, and he is licensed to practice in the following courts: U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington; U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington; U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Washington; The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has practiced pro hace vice in federal courts of California, Massachusetts and Maine.
Gordon Charles Webb was born in Seattle and raised in the greater Puget Sound area. In his youth he raced A-Stock hydroplanes with Seattle Outboard Association competeting in the Seafair Greenlake Regattas and the Sammamish Slough Race. He is also licensed to fly single engine aircraft, and enjoys piloting seaplanes. Following high school Webb worked as a commercial fisherman aboard tuna boats fishing in the South Pacific. He returned to Seattle to study marine construction and design at Gomper's School of Boat Building and Design before launching Frontier Boat Corporation, manufactures of fishing boats for the Alaskan commercial fishing industry throughout the Aleutian Islands. After selling the company to a Danish Corporation, Gordon decided to go to law school.
Education: Seattle University (B.A., Cum Laude, 1987); University of Idaho (J.D., 1992); Tulane University Law School (Master of Laws in Admiralty 1993 - Tulane Maritme Law Journal).
Member: Tulane Maritime Law Review. Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (Eagle Member); Florida State Trial Lawyers Association; Maritime Law Association of the United States; Washington State Bar Association; King County Bar Association.
PRACTICE AREAS: Personal Injury; Maritime Injuries-nationwide; Motor Vehicle Accidents; Cruise Ship Injuries - nationwide; Wrongful Death; Vessel Arrests; Personal and Business Bankruptcy; Maritime Wage Claims - nationwide; Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Wage Claims-nationwide; Jones Act Claims - nationwide.