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Clare Eves

National Practice Leader - Medical Law

Essential Info

Location: Robina
Joined: 2008

Practice Area(s)
  • Medical Negligence
Memberships and Associations
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2010)
  • Doyles Guide 2020 - Recommended medical negligence compensation lawyer
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Clare Eves
National Practice Leader - Medical Law

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As National Practice Leader of Shine Lawyers’ medical law practice, Clare leads a national team of expert medical negligence lawyers, possessing over 75 collective years of practice. The team represents clients and their families who have suffered devastating and life-changing events.

Working closely with clients and families, Clare ensures they receive the financial and emotional support required, as well as the highest standard of care and rehabilitation.

To date, Clare and Shine’s medical law team have won landmark decisions in a number of jurisdictions, achieving unprecedented damages for deserving clients (see the story of Rex and Nancy). Clare has been acknowledged by the independent Doyle's Guide for her remarkable legal service in medical negligence law.

Clare has worked exclusively in plaintiff litigation since 2002. A UK national and legal practitioner, Clare relocated to Australia in 2008. She was admitted to practice in Australia in 2010 and now works with Shine Lawyers’ Robina branch.

Clare specialises in brain and spinal injury claims, in particular, cases involving:

Clare understands that taking the first step in a legal claim is often the most difficult part. Clare, and Shine’s medical law team, work to understand each person’s particular needs to uncover the true impact the event has had on their lives. By doing so, they ensure that the best possible outcomes are achieved for their clients.

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