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Bryce McPartland

Personal Injury Attorney
Bryce McPartland
Bryce McPartland has recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Your case could be another success story.

About Bryce McPartland

Bryce grew up on a farm in central Washington. The oldest of seven kids, long hours in the 100 degree heat of central Washington state, pulling weeds in the bean fields and placing bees in alfalfa fields taught Bryce several important lessons; first, that working those long hours in the hot sun was not for him and second, that the work ethic necessary to do field work could be better applied to helping people.

After graduating Warden High School in 1997, Bryce received a Bachelor’s degree in History from Washington State University, where he also won the Howard Payne award for excellence in undergraduate research. In 2005, Bryce graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law where he served as Articles Editor of the International Law Journal. Virtually the entirety of Bryce’s career has been devoted to the representation of injured persons, many of whom do the same kind of blue collar work Bryce grew up doing.

Bryce is committed to giving back to his community and has served as Assistant Boys’ Basketball Coach at Tri-Cities Prep, Head Girls Basketball Coach at Moses Lake Christian Academy, assistant and head coach for numerous AAU teams, and also as an elected Director for the Moses Lake School District.

Bryce is married to Belia. The two of them have four children together, Gaelen, Kiera, Owen and Aidan.


  • 2005 graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law, served as Articles Editor for the Gonzaga Journal of International Law.
  • Graduated in 2001 from Washington State University, awarded the Howard Payne Award, by the Washington State University History Department for excellence in undergraduate research.

Honors, Awards, & Memberships

  • Named a Rising Star by Washington’s SuperLawyers Magazine, since 2015. He is the only north-central Washington attorney to be named to this list, in that time.
  • Trained with the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
  • Attended hundreds of hours of continuing legal education and also has presented at seminars, training other lawyers.

Legal Community

  • Served on the Washington State Bar Association’s Mentor Development Team.
  • Served on the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ) Board of Governors and WSAJ’s Judicial Committee.
  • Currently active with WSAJ’s Trial News, and WSAJ Public Affairs Committee.
  • Served as President of the Grant County Bar Association (2016), after having served as Vice-President (2015) and Secretary/Treasurer (2014).


  • 1997 graduate of Warden High School, in Warden, Washington.
  • Bryce and his wife Belia (formerly Estrada, of Warden) have four children, Gaelen, Kiera, Owen and Aidan.