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Bobbie Owen

Senior Solicitor

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Location: Brisbane
Joined: 2009

Practice Area(s)
  • Head Trauma
  • No Win No Fee
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Women’s Lawyers Association of Queensland
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Bobbie Owen
Senior Solicitor

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Bobbie is a Senior Solicitor in our Head Trauma team. In addition to representing those with traumatic brain injuries, she has experience with nervous shock and dependency claims.  

“Every one of my clients has a story to tell.  Assisting them to tell their stories allows them to have a voice to the big insurance companies and seek the justice they deserve.”   

Bobbie brings to her clients more than a decade of experience at Shine Lawyers.  Commencing in 2009, she worked in the Major Claims department as a senior paralegal for 5 years and then as a Law Clerk for 4 years.  With all her legal knowledge and experience, becoming a lawyer was the next logical step forward. Bobbie studied at the University of Southern Queensland, graduating in 2017.  Bobbie has extensive experiencing working across areas of law including Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident and Public Liability.  

“I am passionate about ensuring my clients receive proper rehabilitation and the compensation they deserve to allow them to have a better quality of life.” 

To find out more about Bobbie and how she can help you, contact our Brisbane team.

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