Pickett Dummigan Weingart

Dedicated to Full and Fair Compensation for All

Pickett Dummigan Weingart is Oregon’s largest, most experienced personal injury firm. Since 2003, we’ve represented personal injury victims in state and federal courts throughout the Pacific Northwest and have recovered over $100 million for clients.

We have a diverse, respected, and compassionate staff and over 70% of our team speaks Spanish. We believe strong and effective legal representation should be available to everyone who has suffered a serious or catastrophic personal injury. With offices in Downtown Portland and Woodburn, OR, we’re here to help you and your family.


Our passion is fighting for justice inside and outside of the courtroom.

We believe every person injured by the carelessness of another deserves the opportunity to seek full and fair compensation, regardless of income, legal, or socio-economic status. We’re driven, relentless, and have a track record to prove it.


Every case we take on gets assigned a dedicated, strategic team of lawyers.

We hold responsible parties accountable with in-court verdicts and out-of-court settlements. We leverage our knowledge to guide our clients to make the best decisions so they can receive what they rightly deserve to make their lives whole again.


Our team of lawyers and legal assistants have over 200 years of combined legal experience.

PDM was founded in 2003 with over $100 million in verdicts and settlements collected. No two cases are identical, but with our extensive knowledge, chances are high that we’ve taken on and won multiple cases similar to yours.



We believe the diversity of our attorneys and staff improves our ability to provide excellent representation, service, and counsel to clients from all backgrounds.

We remain committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining talented attorneys and staff with diverse backgrounds.

In our community and through our work, we consider it part of our mission to help ensure equal access to the civil justice system for all, especially historically marginalized communities, and communities of color.

We acknowledge that there is injustice here in Oregon, and that we, collectively and individually, bear responsibility for that injustice.

We are committed to listening and learning so that we may better understand our own views on race, implicit bias. We will work to challenge and dismantle institutional and systemic racism in every area we can.

Through our actions and words we will continue to promote education, open dialogue, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and in every conference room and court room where we have the privilege to work.