Law Offices of Scott M. Supperstein, P.C.
6960 SW Varns Street
Scott Supperstein has represented injured workers and motorists since 1984. He has successfully represented hundreds of people in contested work-related injury claims and accident claims, in workers’ compensation hearings and in mediations, personal injury trials and arbitrations.
Mr. Supperstein has a history of successful litigation against Oregon’s largest insurance companies; these include SAIF Corporation, Liberty Northwest Insurance, State Farm Insurance, USAA, Progressive Insurm;ce, The Hartford and others.
Mr. Supperstein has set himself apart by focusing on the immediate needs of those who are injured. Time loss benefits, return to work issues, vocational rehabilitation, and payment of disputed medical bills are the very large concerns of people injured at no fault of their own. It has always been the goal of Mr. Supperstein to ensure that his clients are put at ease, trusting that the best outcome will be achieved.
Mr. Supperstein has represented people in the greater Portland area, Oregon City, Salem, The Dalles and surrounding areas within the state with success and distinction.
A History of Service
He is an author and has spoken at multiple medical conferences regarding the interplay of law and medicine and on issues related to workers’ compensation and chiropractic care. He has also spoken at the Oregon State Bar Workers’ Compensation Section Bench Bar Forum, and served on the executive Committee of the Oregon State Bar, Workers Compensation Section. His journal articles for medical publications explained PIP issues arising from auto accident claims and the burden injured workers must bear within Oregon’s workers’ compensation system.
Education, Associations and Honors
Scott is a member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, the Oregon Workers’ Compensation Association and the American Association for Justice, the Multnomah County BAr and the Colorado State BAr. He is admitted to practice law in all Oregon courts including the Oregon Court of Appeals, Oregon Supreme Court, and the United States District Court.