Casondra J. Albrecht

Partner She/Her


Casondra is a partner in the firm’s Washington practice group. She is admitted to practice in both Oregon and Washington.

Born and raised in a tiny town in central Utah, Casondra moved to Oregon in 2008 and started working as a secretary with the firm. She completed her undergraduate degree in the evenings and eventually left to attend Willamette University College of Law.

Casondra rejoined the firm in 2014 as a law clerk. Her practice has focused on representing, advising, and defending employers in Washington State since 2015.

A successful workers’ compensation practice requires not only an understanding of the applicable law, but also the ability to help clients meet their goals. I serve my clients knowing they operate in a fast-paced field that requires focus on the details as well as the big picture. Communication is essential; I am always available to provide personalized attention and advice in a prompt manner.

In order to provide the most effective advice, I strive to continue to educate myself about changes in the legal and medical field. I understand every client has needs as unique as the claims themselves, and I develop defense strategies with those needs in mind.

  • Oregon Women Lawyers
  • Mary Leonard Law Society
  • Multnomah County Bar Association
  • Oregon State Bar Workers’ Compensation Section
  • Hiking
  • Running
  • Caretaker for countless pets and plants.


  • “Claims Resolution Options – Strategies for Employers,” Washington Virtual CE presented by Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, January 27, 2021
  • “Washington Pre-Certification Review: Time-Loss and LEP Calculations,” client continuing education seminar, November 21, 2019, December 3, 2019, February 25, 2020 and March 4, 2020
  • “New Washington Department of Labor and Industries Rules and Templates:  A Panel Discussion with Kelli Zimmerman,” the Washington Claims School Seminar presented by Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, September 19, 2019
  • “A Mock Washington Workers’ Compensation Hearing,” Washington Self-Insurers Association Annual Conference, May 9, 2018 and at the Washington Claims School Seminar presented by Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, September 12, 2018
  • “Washington Workers’ Compensation 101,” client continuing education January 31, 2018, client continuing education seminar July 25, 2018 and client webinar June 27, 2018
  • “Game of Compensability: Comparing, contrasting compensability issues in Washington and Oregon,” WCCA Fall Seminar, October 10, 2017, Washington Self-Insurers Association Webinar, June 19, 2017; Washington Self-Insurers Association Annual Conference, May 11, 2017; and, client continuing education September 22 and 28, 2017
  • “May It Please the Court: a panel discussion on motion practice,” Oregon Women Lawyers Mary Leonard Chapter, Salem, April 13, 2017
  • “You’re not the boss of me: when claimants don’t cooperate,” client continuing education seminar, April 26, 2017, June 7, 2017 and December 4, 2018
  • “2015 Significant Decisions of the Washington Court of Appeals and Supreme Court,” Washington Claims School Seminar presented by Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, June 8, 2016