For more than 30 years, Marcia Alvey has been fighting powerful insurance companies and government bureaucracies.
Alvey has helped thousands of people throughout Oregon with workers’ compensation, social security, and personal injury claims.
A fifth-generation Oregonian, Marcia Alvey is a native of the fishing port and mill town Coos Bay. She understands the real challenges that working people face.
Alvey worked her way through an undergraduate degree at Willamette University, and earned her Juris Doctorate at Lewis & Clark Law School. As a law student, she clerked for a firm of trial lawyers and learned worker’s compensation law in North Bend, Oregon.
Ever since then, she has been actively involved in protecting the rights of Oregonians.
Marcia has been a small business owner since starting her own law practice back in 1996. She is the proud parent of two grown children. Outside of her busy law practice, Marcia is a book collector and a dedicated amateur astronomer.
She is an active volunteer with the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and with Basic Rights Oregon, seeking to protect the rights of LGBTQ Oregonians.
She has also been an adjunct instructor of workers’ compensation law in the Portland Community College Paralegal program since 2008.