Reinisch Wilson Weier PC is pleased to announce the Basic Oregon Workers’ Compensation Certification Course, previously led by Jerry Keene at OWCI, will transition to the Firm in 2018 “After 26 satisfying years of teaching and learning in return, I am announcing my retirement from the Basic Workers’ Compensation certification program, which will now […]
During November 2017, staff and attorneys in the Portland office of Reinisch Wilson Weier PC collected and donated food to the Oregon Food Bank. Pictured below are some of those who donated (from left to right): Suzanne Hays, Donna Davis, Amber Hanson, Mary Briedé, Shawna Fruin, John Zanetti and Christy Doornink.
Each year, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS), along with Iowa State University, honors alumni who have made a difference in their community, an impact on the world, and a difference in their professions. LAS award recipients were honored during the LAS Honors and Awards Ceremony on October 26, 2017 at the Iowa […]
Attorneys from Reinisch Wilson Weier PC presented and greeted at the Fall Seminar hosted by the Oregon Workers’ Compensation Claims Association October 10, 2017, in Wilsonville. Casondra Albrecht and Kelly Niemeyer presented “The Game of Compensability: Comparing and contrasting compensability issues in Oregon and Washington,” which investigated compensability issues for injuries that occurred in the HBO […]
Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Partner Matthew Fisher co-presented with Sherry Hickey, Assistant Vice President of Medical Management for Safety National, October 5 at the 2017 IAIABC Annual Convention held in Portland, Oregon. The session discussed the challenges and potential usage of medical marijuana in workers’ compensation. Click here to read more about the presentation at […]
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