John Groseclose

John Groseclose has represented clients like you for 16 years as a litigator. He has successfully obtained settlements and verdicts in many family law and personal injury cases. He assists people in divorce, parenting plans, and child support.  These include both straightforward and very complex cases, both amicable or hotly contested.  As a guardian ad litem, he has experience representing the interests of minors and has been appointed in that capacity by the courts. In addition, he trains other attorneys in Continuing Legal Education classes through the bar association. 

John Groseclose: broad legal knowledge, successful results

In personal injury work, he represents the injured party.  The most common types of cases involve motor vehicle accidents and slip/trip and fall cases.  John says, “If you are injured, you are almost always going to come out of the situation better with the help of an attorney.  Attorneys tend to make little decisions over a period of time that has a big cumulative effect.” He is an EAGLE member of the Washington State Association for Justice, an organization that connects lawyers who focus on holding powerful wrongdoers accountable. Through this organization, John Groseclose has resources and a network of other attorneys around the state who support one another in achieving justice for you and others in the courtroom.

John’s strength lies in his ability to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a case and plan accordingly. He broad knowledge of the law and years of experience mean he usually achieves successful results for his clients.

 John received his history degree from UW in 1984, and his Juris Doctor from Seattle University in 1998.

Bar Admissions

Washington, 1999

U.S. District Court Western District of Washington, 2002


Seattle University of Law, Tacoma, Washington
J.D. – 1998

University of Washington, Seattle, WA
B.A. – 1988
Major: History

Past Employment Positions

Rundle & Groseclose, PLLC, Partner, 2002

Greene & Lloyd, PLLC, Associate, 2000 – 2002