Moore & Jensen is the successor law firm to Malagon, Moore, & Jensen, and a number of other law firms going back to the late 60s. Chris Moore began practicing at this law firm in 1982, and Christine Jensen joined the firm in 1986. The law firm has always been dedicated to representing injured Oregonians, whether injured at work or in a construction accident or in a motor vehicle accident. At the present, there are two attorneys and two paralegals dedicated to making sure that all our clients receive the highest quality legal services.
This firm has always taken an interest in Oregon’s legislature and how the laws that are passed affect injured workers. We have worked tirelessly to improve our workers compensation system to more adequately benefit injured workers. For example, in 2015, we were successful in getting the legislature to pass and the governor to sign an attorney fee bill which now requires insurance companies to pay when we get increased time loss benefits, rather than having the attorney fee come out of the claimant’s compensation. In 2009, we were successful in getting the legislature to pass and the governor to sign a bill that allowed for costs advanced in some cases to be paid by the insurance company if the claimant prevails against a denied claim. In addition, we have successfully advocated the interests of injured workers to prevent legislation that would harm injured workers from being passed.
We get paid for working for you only if we prove you are entitled to benefits. We like to get involved early in order to maximize our chances of success.
Although we only have three offices around the state (Eugene, Coos Bay, and Clackamas), we represent workers all over the state, from Ontario to Klamath Falls, from Medford to Portland, and everywhere in between. We are willing to provide representation and travel to your hearing, wherever it is set.
It is our mission to provide the highest quality representation possible and to do our best to insure our clients get everything to which they are entitled.