Reinisch Wilson Weier PC Workers' Compensation Defense and Employment Law

2021 Washington Virtual CE

Join us for a series of FREE virtual lunchtime continuing education sessions on Wednesdays in January!

Join our Washington attorneys as they present a number of new topics as well as some review lessons. Attend one, two or all three sessions – each session is worth 1.5 CE credits!  We will be streaming live on Zoom.

Wednesday, January 13- 11:30 am until 1:00 pm

Return-to-Work Options

Back to Basics: Getting injured workers back to work and using the vocational process to your advantage. Presented by Attorney Mary Hannon and Nicole Hernandez of Advanced Vocational Solutions, Inc. (1.0 credit pending)

Workers’ Compensation and Mental Health

When is a mental health condition covered under workers’ compensation? Helpful tips for handling workers with mental health conditions. Presented by Attorney Gina Ko and Jennifer Mozinski, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. (0.5 credit pending)

Wednesday, January 20 – 11:30 am until 1:00 pm

Subrogation 101

What are the key issues that workers’ compensation adjusters should keep in mind when evaluating/recognizing subrogation opportunities and the kind of evidence or information they should look to develop during the investigation, especially during the initial stages. Presented by Steve Reinisch (1.0 credit)

New 2021 IME Rules

What are the new hurdles for Washington employers seeking an IME to address a medical issue. Presented by Shawna Fruin. (0.5 credit pending)

Wednesday, January 27 – 11:30 am until 1:00 pm

Claim Resolution Strategies

The presentation will explore the requirements, benefits and challenges of primary claim resolution strategies: claim closure, direct-effects pension, Second Injury Fund pension, sidebar settlement and Claim Resolution Structured Settlement. Presented by Attorney Casondra Albrecht. (1.0 credit)

Do We Need to Disclose That?

A plaintiff’s counsel will request many different documents: what is protected, what is discoverable? Presented by Attorney Mary Hannon and Myla Sepulveda. (0.5 credit)


You must register to attend, but you can chose any or all sessions. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinars.