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Eunice Kiem

Solicitor

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Location: Brisbane
Joined: 2018

Practice Area(s)
  • Asbestos and Dust Diseases
  • Abuse Law
  • Head Trauma
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
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Eunice Kiem
Solicitor

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Eunice Kiem is a Solicitor in Shine Lawyers' Dust Diseases team with experience and expertise in Abuse law, major injury claims, head trauma claims and dust diseases litigation in Queensland, Victoria, ACT and Tasmania.

Eunice Kiem’s greatest motivator is her compassion for the clients she represent and desire to help them achieve justice. She handles each claim with the utmost care and walks alongside her clients as they journey through the process of obtaining compensation for the injuries and losses suffered.

During her career so far, Eunice has played a key role in many cases that pioneer new areas of the law. She regularly takes on challenging cases and is heavily involved in bringing claims for compensation for workers who have suffered toxic exposure to silica dust and suffer from silicosis, scleroderma, Sjögren's syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and other autoimmune diseases. Eunice is also involved in cutting edge litigation surrounding intricate statutory interpretation.

In addition to her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland, Eunice has a Bachelors Degree in Science, majoring in Chemistry, which provides significant insight and understanding in handling toxic exposure claims.

To find out more about Eunice and how she can help you, get in touch with our Brisbane branch.

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