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The Reinisch family working remotely

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Mar 20, 2020
As we get used to the new normal that is remote working for a while, many of the Reinisch family shared pictures this first week of their home office conditions, choosing to send pictures that were: 1. The Messiest Remote Desk 2. The Most Unusual Remote Workspace 3. Remote Work Companions – 0, 2, 4,…

Serving you during this pandemic

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Mar 17, 2020
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Due to COVID-19 and the necessity to curb its spread, Reinisch Wilson Weier has temporarily moved to primarily a remote-working environment. Attorneys and staff are still available to assist you with your workers’ compensation defense needs. During this time, it is most efficient to initiate contact with your Reinisch Wilson Weier…

Coronavirus and Worker’s Compensation: first thoughts

By Shawna Fruin, Vincci Lam and Steve Reinisch - on: Mar 03, 2020
The news of Coronavirus spreading around the globe is alarming, prompting all of us at Reinisch Wilson Weier to think about how to plan and prepare for the unknown. As we work internally to get ahead of this issue, we are sharing some guides and ideas that may be helpful to employers and third party…

Seventh Annual Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study released

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Dec 19, 2019
For the seventh year, Rising Medical Solutions has produced its findings from its annual survey of claims professionals. “For the first time ever, the 2019 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study surveyed frontline claims professionals (instead of claims executives) to ascertain alignment between industry leadership and staff who directly handle workers’ compensation claims. As the industry’s largest…

Scenes from a holiday party

By Reinisch Wilson Weier PC - on: Dec 11, 2019
Reinisch Wilson Weier celebrated the holidays at the annual firm party December 6, 2019.     What goes on in a photo booth . . . doesn’t necessarily stay in the photo booth.  

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