Overview

Michelle M. Teed

The key to building a strong workers’ compensation defense is to quickly learn an industry and identifying opportunities to ask thoughtful questions that will move a case forward.  I work with clients to discern the appropriateness of treatment to ensure providers are acting in accordance with an employer’s best interests and the applicable workers’ compensation statutes.

As a native Oregonian, workers’ compensation attorney Michelle Teed is dedicated to helping businesses and insurers effectively manage workers’ compensation claims.

With more than two decades as a lawyer, Michelle provides dedicated representation for insurance companies and employers in all aspects of workers’ compensation and related matters.  She is especially diligent in working with medical specialists on behalf of clients to understand the treatment and prognosis of all injury cases so that clients understand their legal obligations under applicable workers’ compensation statutes, and to helping clients process workers’ compensation claims expeditiously and in a cost-effective manner.  When claims are challenged, Michelle has the experience to represent the interests of clients in administrative hearings and at trial.

Prior to joining Wallace, Klor, Mann, Capener & Bishop, Michelle’s worked at companies where she handled a variety of matters, including workers’ compensation claims.  Subsequently, after receiving her law degree, she worked in both the public and private sectors, practicing in the areas of healthcare law, public benefits, Medicaid  fraud, class action defense, ethics, finance and banking, real estate, and securities.  From administrative actions and million-dollar civil suits to billion-dollar class actions, Michelle gained valuable litigation experience and insights into case strategy that she uses to build strong defenses for her clients.

When not practicing law, Michelle enjoys hosting dinner parties, partaking in book clubs, and exploring the outdoors.