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Leah Hickey

Legal Practice Manager, Special Counsel

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Location: Sunshine
Joined: 2019

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law
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Leah Hickey
Legal Practice Manager, Special Counsel

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Leah is a Law Institute Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law who is driven by the desire to make sure all Australians have access to justice. Her primary area of practice is in Workers Compensation Claims, however Leah also has experience with Motor Vehicle Accident Claims and Personal Injury Claims.

Leah graduated with a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) from the University of Melbourne in 2008. She was successful in becoming a Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Specialist in personal injury law in 2017.

Before joining Shine Lawyers, Leah worked at a leading law firm from 2011 to 2019 as a Senior Associate specialising in WorkCover claims.

Leah believes that the most rewarding part of her role is meeting with clients, getting to know them, understanding their injuries and the impact it has had on their life. She then takes that knowledge and works with her client to ensure that no stone is left unturned, and as a result she obtains the best possible outcome for their case.

To find out more about Leah and the team at Sunshine, contact us today.

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