Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Workers' Compensation Defense and Employment Law


You are an Oregon claims adjuster and you’ve just received a subpoena to testify at hearing! Oh joy!

By Kelly Niemeyer and Dave Wilson - on: Jul 17, 2018
You are a happy claims adjuster who has been diligently working on your claims: processing payments, making compensability decisions, authorizing appropriate treatment and engaging in the numerous other activities that make up your busy week. You’ve just finished processing your final time loss payment of the day and updated your diary list. You are on […]

The firm races for justice

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Jun 27, 2018
Members of the Reinisch Wilson Weier PC team came together for the St. Andrew Clinic (SALC) 2018 Annual Race for Justice 5k race on Saturday, June 16. The firm was a platinum event sponsor, raised over $1,000 in individual donations and ran (or briskly walked) our hearts out. For those unfamiliar with the clinic, SALC […]

Congratulations Gene Platt!

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: May 31, 2018
Genuine. Amazing. Big Time. Moral Compass. Mentor. These are just a few of the descriptions of Attorney Gene Platt, who retires (again!) this time from Reinisch Wilson Weier PC on June 1, 2018. Gene joined the firm in June 2015, in part because his wife said he couldn’t retire yet. Attorneys and staff embraced Gene’s […]

Diagnostic services re-visited: Oregon Court of Appeals backtracks on diagnostic services standards in light of Brown v. SAIF reversal

By Ned Arenberg - on: May 09, 2018
The Oregon Court of Appeals revisited the standard for compensability of diagnostic services in accepted workers’ compensation claims in the recent case of SAIF v. Carlos-Macias.[1]  The court of appeals originally decided the case in 2014, at the same time as Brown v. SAIF (Brown I).[2] The court held that the compensability of claimant’s diagnostic […]

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