Doug Weigel has been a civil trial lawyer since 1997. Prior to joining Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer in 1999, Doug clerked for the presiding trial court judge in Eugene, Oregon, and then spent two years working for a large litigation firm in Portland.
Doug is licensed to practice in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.
Doug has tried numerous cases in Washington and Oregon and argued cases before all three divisions of the Washington Court of Appeals. He has also arbitrated many cases, including property loss, personal injury, and construction defect, and represented clients in administrative proceedings before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals and the Department of Health.
Over the course of his 20 year career, Doug has had the privilege of working with many outstanding regional and national companies, including: Absher Construction, Ben Leland Construction, Christopherson Wood Floors, Desert Aire (WI), Edifice Construction, ELR Consulting, Environmental Technologies, Inc., Ferguson Construction, Gaston Bros. Excavating, Graham Contracting, Harbor Properties, Heery International (OR), HCI Steel Building Systems, Hoffman Construction, HOS Bros. Construction, IMCO General Construction, Kingsbury, Inc. (PA), Ledcor Construction, L&M Industrial Fabrication (OR), Lydig Construction, Meridian Center Electric, MJ Hughes Construction (OR), Milgard Windows, Miller Sheetmetal, Northwest Construction, Northwest Tower Crane, Pacific Crest Realty, Robinson Bros. Construction, Ruan Trucking, S.D. Deacon Corp., Sprague Israel Giles, Summit General Contractors, Sunset Air, T&A Supply Company, Triad Electrical Contractors, Triad Mechanical (OR), Triangle Tube (NJ), Western Construction Group (MO), and Wilcox Construction.
Doug graduated from the University of Virginia in 1991 with majors in Environmental Science and Foreign Affairs and completed his J.D. at the University of Oregon in 1995.
Doug is an avid runner, cyclist and hiker and enjoys spending his spare time traveling and exploring Whidbey Island with his family.