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Amy Gomersall

Senior Solicitor

Essential Info

Location: Rockhampton
Joined: 2020

Practice Area(s)
  • No Win No Fee
  • Personal Injury Claims
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Central Queensland Lawyers Alliance

Amy Gomersall is a Senior Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Personal Injuries team. Amy’s day-to-day work involves working to achieve justice for her clients who have been wronged.  

I have seen first-hand the difference it makes to our clients to have someone be a voice when they have not been heard and advocate for their rights and needs. 

Amy has 16 years' experience in the legal industry, including 14 as a lawyer. In addition to her work in personal injury, Amy has practised across the law, including in family, civil and criminal law. She has a background in community legal work, having spent 7 years managing a community legal centre.  

No Win No Fee grants clients the mechanism to seek help when they would not have otherwise been able to afford it.

Amy has both a bachelor and master’s degree in law, as well as a graduate diploma in legal practice, from her studies at the University of Canberra and the Australian National University. She was admitted as a lawyer in 2004.  

Amy is active in her local community, having practised as a lawyer in Rockhampton for more than a decade. She is involved in the local sporting community, as well as having hosted community legal education sessions.  

To find out more about Amy, contact our Rockhampton branch.  

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