Solicitor – Nicole

A personal injuries lawyer with experience in motor vehicle, workers’ compensation and public liability claims, Nicole delivers quality legal advice and personal service to all of her clients.

Nicole’s passion for personal injuries arises from a desire to help people through what can be a difficult and stressful time in their lives. She is particularly interested in psychiatric injuries arising out of workplace injuries and motor accident claims.

Applying a holistic approach to her clients’ legal problems following an injury, she is also able to provide advice to their entitlement to income protection, Total and Temporary Disability (TTD) or Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) policies to minimise the financial stress associated with the loss of employment which often flows from a significant injury or illness. Nicole works hard to ensure her clients and their families not only get the best outcome possible with their claim but that the claim process is a positive legal experience.

Ethics and accountability are cornerstones of Nicole’s approach to practicing law. She is a member of the Mater Human Research Ethics Committee and has a keen interest in the interplay between scientific research and law including ethical, consent and privacy considerations.

Credentials

  • Bachelor of Laws, Griffith 2011
  • Bachelor of Arts, Griffith 2011
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland 2012
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Association
  • Committee Member of the Mater Ethics Committee (Solicitor)