I am an attorney, licensed in Wisconsin since 2010, and am currently working on... more
I am an attorney, licensed in Wisconsin since 2010, and am currently working on becoming licensed in Oregon, where I will be relocating in April of this year.My legal experience to date has been focused largely on environmental issues (ex: ensuring compliance with water quality standards) and workers compensation issues (ex: wage replacement, permanent disability awards) and I am now seeking to... view profile
Craig Miller was born and raised in Idaho and moved to Portland, Oregon in 2002. He... more
Craig Miller was born and raised in Idaho and moved to Portland, Oregon in 2002. He graduated from Boise State University in 1993 and the University of Idaho College of Law in 2000. He understands the demands placed on employees in the workplace. He has worked a variety of jobs – golf course groundskeeper, restaurant waiter and manager, Home Depot associate, police officer, fraud investigato... view profile
Zachary joined the team at Randy M. Elmer, Attorney at law, P.C., as an associate... more
Zachary joined the team at Randy M. Elmer, Attorney at law, P.C., as an associate attorney in the winter of 2013. Zach’s area of practice includes workers' compensation, employment law, and personal injury law. His workers’ compensation practice focuses on helping injured workers navigate the complex arena of workers’ compensation law. This includes helping clients challenge denied claims and c... view profile
If you are an employee who has been injured or disabled on the job, you may require the services of a workers' compensation lawyer. Usually administered at the state level, workers' compensation can include weekly wage payments, money for financial losses due to the injury, and paid medical expenses. If an employee is killed on the job, then his family can receive the workers' compensation. Workers' compensation lawyers interpret workers' compensation laws and can help if you have a job-related injury.