|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Special Advocate||Family Law CASA of King County||2017|
|Cum Laude||Seattle University School of Law||2010|
|Diversity Bar Preparation Scholarship||Washington State Association for Justice||2010|
|Merit Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2009|
|Merit Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2008|
|Dean's Diversity Scholarship||Seattle University School of Law||2007|
|Honor Society||Emory University||2006|
|Humanities Award||Oxford College of Emory University||2005|
|Judy Greer Leadership Scholarship||Oxford College of Emory University||2004|
|Associate Attorney||GLP Attorneys, P.S., Inc.||2011 - Present|
|Law Clerk/Bailiff||Judge Mary Yu, King County Superior Court (now Washington State Supreme Court)||2010 - 2011|
|Legal Intern||GLP Attorneys, P.S., Inc.||2008 - 2010|
|Intern||Schulten, Ward & Turner, LLP||2005 - 2007|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Washington State Association for Justice, Downtown Seattle Roundtable||Vice Chair||2017 - Present|
|American Association for Justice||Member||2017 - Present|
|American Civil Liberties Union||Member||2017 - Present|
|National Crime Victim Bar Association||Member||2016 - Present|
|State of Washington Department of Labor and Industries||Special Assistant Attorney General||2014 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|United States District Court for the Western District of Washington||Admitted to Practice||2011 - Present|
|Washington State Association for Justice||Eagle Member||2011 - Present|
|WSAJ New Member Committee||New Member Committee Member||2011 - 2012|
|Family Law CASA||Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate||2009 - 2016|
|C.F. Uninsured Motorist Case||Case Resolved for $180,000|
|J.H. v. J.D.||Settled for $86,000|
|B.L. v. S.L.||Settlement for $100,000 policy limits|
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|AVVO Legal Guides||How to Get Medical Bills Paid After an Automobile Collision in Washington State||2017|
|Seattle University School of Law||Law||JD||2010|
|Emory University||Philosophy||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2007|
|GLP Attorneys 2017 Health Care Provider Seminar Series||What is Payment in Full: Getting Paid When the Case Does Not Settle||2017|
|Downtown Seattle Roundtable||Procedure for Service of Civil Process Through the Hague Convention||2017|
|Practical Applications for Orthopedics and Neurological Conditions||Latest Insurance Tactics in PI Cases||2016|
|WSAJ's Annual Legal Team Seminar||How to Do a Good (Client) Intake||2015|
|Snohomish County Massage Therapists||Medical Billing in a Personal Injury Case||2014|
|GLP HCP Seminar Series 2014||Medical Liens||2014|
|GLP HCP Education Series 2014||Third Party Claims in a Labor & Industries Claim||2014|
|GLP HCP Education Series 2014||What is Payment in Full and How Do You Get It?||2014|
|GLP Educational Series||Mandatory Arbitration & District Court||2012|
Posted by Gina
I was referred to Bryan Prince-Olsen from Graham Lundberg Peschel last year by a close friend after she heard of my slip and fall in a major grocery store chain a few years earlier. I had both neck and back injuries resulting from the fall, along with having suffered a hernia that needed to be surgically repaired. I was fortunate that Mr. Prince-Olsen was not only willing to represent me, he was dedicated to my case throughout the entire process. He diligently communicated with me through each stage and clearly articulated my options from a legal perspective. This communication helped to keep me informed and to reduce anxiety about going thru this unknown legal process. Mr. Prince-Olsen was able to successfully settle my case thru mediation and exceed my expectations. I highly recommend the legal services of Bryan Prince-Olsen knowing from personal experience that he was extremely professional and knowledgeable in handling my personal injury case.
Posted by Olga Gazman
I consulted with Bryan on a 1st party UIM claim. I had represented my son Pro Se in the 3rd party claim and now sought representation by his firm for arbitration over a dispute with the 1st party UIM carrier. Bryan and his colleagues evaluated the claim and concluded that given the low UIM policy limits; undisputed liability of the tortfeasor; and with the comprehensive records I kept on the claim, I stood a good chance to successfully arbitrate the UIM claim pro se and save my son the customary attorney's fees.
In addition, Bryan outlined for me the arbitration process and provided helpful information that helped me build a case that supported the value of the claim. The arbitration panel awarded my son the UIM policy limits.
Thank you, Bryan, for your responsiveness, patience, and professionalism. Above all, thank you for looking out for my son's interests.
Posted by Ralph
I recently retained Bryan to represent me in a lawsuit against a company that caused me personal injury, pain and suffering. Throughout the entire process Bryan conducted himself in a professional and trustworthy manner.
Bryan always kept us informed about the status of the lawsuit and advised me as to how we should proceed, he always took my thoughts and opinions into consideration and proceeded with a mutually agreeable plan.
Bryan was able to negotiate an acceptable settlement in a short period of time. My job requires many hours of work and is often very stressful. Bryan guided and advised me in a timely fashion and made the entire process stress-free.
I would highly recommend Bryan to anyone seeking legal representation. Bryan is the epitome of what all attorneys should strive to be/become. Thank you Bryan for your help and know that you will continue to represent clients in a way that will make litigation as a smooth and stress-less process.
Ralph L. E.
James Gooding, Nursing home abuse and neglect Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Bryan and I have worked together on several maritime injury cases. He has a quick ability to understand the complexity of these types of personal injury cases, and is skilled at discovery and litigation, resulting in good outcomes for his clients.