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Jacqui Eager

Head of Core Personal Injury

Essential Info

Location: Stones Corner
Joined: 2017

Practice Area(s)
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Cycling Accident Claims
  • Product Liability
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
Memberships and Associations
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Member of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland
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Jacqui Eager
Head of Core Personal Injury

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Jacqui Eager brings fourteen years of legal experience and accomplishment to her role as Head of Core Personal Injury at Shine Lawyers where she leads a national team of personal injury lawyers. Jacqui graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from Queensland University of Technology in 2005, prior to which she spent time working as a Research Assistant to a well-known Brisbane insurance law barrister.

She subsequently spent 12 years at a national mid-tier firm where she was appointed Principal in 2012 and was instrumental in growing the Plaintiff business into New South Wales.

Jacqui moved to Shine Lawyers in 2017 to take on the role of General Manager (Brisbane South), which encompassed four branches and a visited practice. In 2019 she was appointed to Head of Core Personal Injury where she is overseeing the Queensland, Victorian and New South Wales personal injury practices.

Down to earth and personable, Jacqui is a real person who acts for real people. She strives to build solid relationships with her clients as she assists them through life-changing and challenging times.

Jacqui provides legal services of the highest calibre, and fights alongside her clients to ensure justice is achieved every time. An expert in her field, Jacqui has been recognised by the independent Doyles Guide as a leading/recommended Motor Vehicle Compensation Lawyer for four consecutive years as well as a leading Public Liability Compensation Lawyer in the 2019 Doyles Guide.

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