Professional and Civic Activities

  • Oregon State Bar
  • Washington State Bar

Admitted to Practice

  • Oregon, 2013
  • Washington, 2014


  • J.D., University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR 2013
  • B.A. Univ. of Oregon Clark Honors College, Eugene, OR 2009

Presentations and Lectures

  • Sedgwick (2021): Avoiding Penalties and Managing Risk in Claims Processing
  • CorVel Corp. (2020): Sidebar Agreements: Use in Moderation
  • Gallagher Bassett (2019): TTD. LEP. WTF? Principles of Wage Calculations
  • Oregon PRIMA Conference (2018): Blurred Lines: Sorting Out Personal and Work-Related Exposures
  • Oregon PRIMA Conference (2017): The Impact of National Healthcare and Workers’ Compensation on an Aging Workforce

Lindsay E. Landstrom

Lindsay E. Landstrom represents employers and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation matters. “We pride ourselves on effectively and efficiently defending claims in close collaboration with the employer and the claim representative,” Lindsay explains. Lindsay represents clients across an array of industries, including retail, automotive, food services, healthcare, construction, and manufacturing. He also represents several regional governments across the Pacific Northwest. “While our goal in every case is to obtain the optimal outcome for our client, we excel in our willingness to think creatively, engage with opposing counsel on resolution strategies, and pursue litigation only when our client’s interests are best served.”

Before joining the firm, Lindsay was a partner at a boutique workers’ compensation defense firm, where he practiced for seven years. “What impressed me about Kell, Alterman & Runstein was the mix of a small firm’s collegiality with a large firm’s scope of practice and resources,” Lindsay explains. Lindsay also assists clients with Oregon Occupational Health & Safety and Washington Industrial Safety Act matters.

Lindsay is a proud “Double Duck.” As an undergraduate at the University of Oregon, Lindsay studied English Literature and Communications and later attended law school. While in law school, Lindsay discovered the appeal of administrative law while taking a seminar on the subject from Dave Frohnmayer, former attorney general of Oregon and president of the University of Oregon.
Lindsay is a native Portlander and a proud graduate of the old Milwaukie High School. Outside of work, Lindsay spends his time picking through crates of vinyl records and seeking out live music with his fiancée. They enjoy escaping the city for a weekend in the Wallowas or a trek into the southeastern Oregon high desert. At home, they enjoy playing board games and watching old movies with their miniature schnauzer and two cats.

Lindsay E. Landstrom

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