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Ben Wilcock

Branch Manager & Special Counsel, Brisbane

Ben Wilcock | Shine Lawyers
Ben Wilcock | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Admitted in 2003
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Ben Wilcock
Branch Manager & Special Counsel, Brisbane at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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For the last 10 years I have worked to restore clients lives through plaintiff litigation, representing them and acting in their best interests. Helping obtain compensation for clients who have been through hard times is a very rewarding part of my role. It is what keeps my passion for the industry going strong.

Prior to joining Shine Lawyers, I actively volunteered at Homeless Persons Legal Clinics, and I believe it is this experience, when coupled with my personal attributes, which has helped me become a better Branch Manager. In my role, I have made it my personal mission to achieve outstanding results for clients throughout the Brisbane area – something which I hold dear, given the level of trust clients place in us as Solicitors.

When clients come to me or my team of personal compensation experts, I understand that they are often worried, scared, nervous and usually at their most vulnerable. It has taken a lot of courage and bravery for them to come to us. It’s seeing the difference we make in their lives over the course of the claim that makes the experience all worthwhile.

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