Welch, Bruun & Green       ATTORNEYS AT LAW

Representing Oregon Injured Workers Since 1974

Welch Bruun and Green Attorneys Law Firm Representing Oregon Injured Workers Since 1974 workers' compensation attorney lawyer

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Welch Bruun and Green Attorneys Law Firm Representing Oregon Injured Workers Since 1974 Portland Oregon Workers' Compensation Attorneys: Larry Bruun, Spencer Kelly, Marybeth Wosko and Ted Lew

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Welch, Bruun and Green Workers' Compensation Auto Accidents Attorneys Bicycle Accidents Personal Injury Law Civil Litigation Social Security Disability SSD and Supplemental Security Income SSI Wrongful Death Employment Law Third Party Claims Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act Claims Oregon legalLocated in Portland, Oregon, the legal practice of Welch, Bruun and Green focuses on:




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503-221-0870

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