Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Workers' Compensation Defense and Employment Law

2020 Oregon Claims School

Thursday, April 2, at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland.

Our annual seminar will include a full-day of timely presentations by our attorneys and special guests.

Seminar and Social will be held at OMSI, 1945 SE Water Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97214. Free parking.

Please register on our website to secure your spot! Registration is still just $59 per person, which includes a full-day of education – 6+ CE credits*, industry experts, lunch, hosted social hour and program materials.

Registration and Continental Breakfast 

8:30 to 9:00 AM

Education Seminars

9:00 to 5:30 PM (located in the OMSI Auditorium next to the Planetarium at the north end)

What is in the future for Oregon Workers’ Compensation?
Looking ahead, where are we at, where do we want to go, how do we get there? Presented by Acting WCD Administrator Sally Coen.

Attorney Fees in Oregon: How to assess file exposure (NEW)
Fee and penalty exposure can be difficult to assess. Our presentation will focus on identifying common attorneys’ fees, fee amounts and their statutory basis.

Significant Cases of 2019  
Learn not only about the latest procedural and substantive case law and rule changes, but also how to apply these to your daily workload.

Don’t Lose Your Head with Head Injuries    
Massive exposure associated with these claims can sometimes seem benign in the beginning and newer adjusters can be caught off guard. Co-presented with a leading neurosurgeon.

Don’t Stress About Stress Claims (And Other Mental Health Claim Considerations)
In the world of workers’ compensation claims, mental health claims can be difficult to navigate due to the highly subjective nature of mental health complaints. By the end of this presentation, you won’t STRESS about stress claims.

Family Feud: Workers Compensation Edition 
Survey says: Your participation is needed in this fun-filled feud! Two teams of claims adjusters and their attorney assistants compete to predict popular answers to frequent claims processing questions. Let the game begin!

Dermatology and Workers’ Compensation        
What are the dermatological conditions that can be seen in claims, plus processing and litigation guidance. Co-presented with Dr. Patricia Norris.

Hosted Social

5:30 to 6:30 PM at OMSI 


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We are dedicated to providing top-quality training and education for the Oregon workers’ compensation community, keeping you up-to-date on issues and providing continuing education credits. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Scott Wolff at

*We are submitting for accreditation to the Insurance Educational Association for 6.0 CPDM (Certified Professional in Disability Management) credits