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Brielle Straney

Practice Leader | Associate - Medical Law

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Location: Sydney CBD
Joined: 2020

Practice Area(s)
  • Medical Negligence
  • No Win No Fee
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
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Brielle Straney
Practice Leader | Associate - Medical Law

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Brielle is a Practice Leader and Associate in Shine Lawyers’ Medical Law practice. Brielle is adept in her field with over 6 years’ experience working across many areas of personal injury law including workers compensation claims, motor vehicle claims and public liability claims. 

Brielle enjoys being a part of this team as it provides a platform for individuals and communities who may not otherwise have the option or means to seek justice from large and powerful entities that have committed wrongs against them. She is passionate about helping those around her who have suffered as a result of someone else’s negligence and is driven to provide the best possible outcome for her clients. Brielle enjoys thinking outside the box for clients with difficult cases and people whose claim has been put in the ‘too hard basket’ by other firms.  

It’s so rewarding seeing the impact our work has on people’s lives and the difference we can make when we take the weight off their shoulders by delivering compensation.  

To find out more about Brielle and how she and the Medical Law team can help you, contact our Sydney branch

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