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Shine Lawyers Recognised in Doyles Guide 2018

At Shine Lawyers, we pride ourselves on the expertise and ability of our dedicated legal teams. Through their devotion and hardwork, we're able to achieve justice and results for our clients.

We'd like to acknowledge and congratulate the following members of the Shine family who have been recognised for the provision of exemplary legal services by the 2018 Doyles Guide:

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Leading and Recommended Specialists- National

Wendy Nixson - Leading Medical Negligence Compensation Lawyer Australia

Leading and Recommended Specialists- Queensland

Carolyn Howe - Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyer

Sarah Sarinas - Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyer

Jacqui Eager - Recommended Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation Lawyer

Wendy Nixson - Leading Medical Negligence Compensation Lawyer Queensland

Leading and Recommended Specialists- Victoria

Shine Lawyers- Leading Work Injury Compensation Law Firm

Cameron Tout - Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyer

Roger Singh - Recommended Asbestos and Dust Diseases Compensation Lawyer

Leading and Recommended Specialists- Western Australia

Laura Angel - Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyer

About Doyles Guide

Doyles Guide is an independent organisation that conducts Australia's most comprehensive review of the legal industry. Each year, Doyles Guide surveys clients, colleagues and industry bodies to rate law firms, lawyers and barristers.

Legal practitioners who draw the praise from both peers and clients are then recognised for their outstanding client service and legal expertise.

Congratulations again to Wendy, Laura, Cameron, Roger, Carolyn, Sarah and Jacqui for delivering outstanding legal services to our deserving clients.

Written by Shine Lawyers. Last modified: December 12, 2018.

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