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Chandelle Whitney

Senior Associate

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Location: Stones Corner
Joined: 2018

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Cycling Accident Claims
  • No Win No Fee
  • Public Liability
Memberships and Associations
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
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Chandelle Whitney
Senior Associate

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Chandelle is a Senior Associate with Shine Lawyers’ Stones Corner Branch, specialising in public liability and motor vehicle accident claims. Chandelle was drawn to a career in law by her passion for helping people and enforcing the law. She has now found her niche in compensation law, assisting clients through some of the most daunting times in their life.

Not one to shy away from a challenge, Chandelle completed her law degree while working full time, and graduated from the University of New England in April of 2010.

Chandelle brought eighteen years of experience in compensation law with her to Shine. Prior to joining the team, she worked for a prominent plaintiff law firm, practising across a broad range of industries including motor vehicle accident, public liability and TPD claims.

Chandelle is fiercely passionate about helping each individual client that she meets. By taking the time to connect with people’s individual circumstances, she easily creates a strong rapport that enables her to achieve the best outcome for her clients.

For more information on the services provided by Chandelle and the team at Shine Lawyers Stones Corner, get in touch today.

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