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Daniel Opare


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Location: Melbourne
Joined: 2020

Practice Area(s)
  • Medical Negligence
  • Personal Injury Claims
Memberships and Associations
  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance

Daniel Opare

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Daniel is a passionate personal injuries lawyer working as an Associate in the Medical Law team. Daniel commenced his legal career before he’d even graduated, on the frontline, answering initial enquiries in a response centre at a large plaintiff law firm. He has worked across a variety of personal injury areas including medical negligence and workers compensation claims.

Daniel always had a keen interest in medicine as it impacts upon the lives of all Australians. He enjoys the complexity of medical law cases and the challenges they sometimes present. He advocates for his clients with determination, empathy and perseverance.

In 2019 Daniel was deservedly shortlisted as a finalist for theLaw Institute of Victoria's 2019 Rising Star award. Daniel fights for victims of wrongdoing to achieve justice and the best possible outcome for them. Working out of the Shine Lawyers Melbourne office, Daniel supports clients residing across all regions of Victoria. He is proud to serve his local community.

“We place great trust in our healthcare system and when failures occur, the outcome can be devastating. Giving clients closure, as well as the financial means to move on and get appropriate treatment, brings me great satisfaction in my work.”

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