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Kaylah Amiga


Essential Info

Location: Springwood
Joined: 2019

Practice Area(s)
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Motor Vehicle
  • No Win No Fee
Memberships and Associations
  • Queensland Law Society member
  • Women Lawyers Association of Queensland member
  • Ipswich & District Law Association member
Community Involvement
  • Red Frogs Australia

Kaylah Amiga

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Kaylah Amiga is a Solicitor with Shine Lawyers’ Springwood branch. Kaylah practices in Personal Injury and brings compassion and skill to her work across Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident and Public Liability claims.

“I have seen the far-reaching and long-lasting ripple effect an injury can have in our clients’ lives, and I am driven to help them right these wrongs.”

A personal experience in Kaylah’s family drew her to Personal Injury law. Her father was injured in a workplace accident and Kaylah was impressed by the professional support he received, and the difference the outcome made to her family.

“After seeing the claim run its course, it became my ambition to maximise compensation for others who have suffered a personal injury. I strive to make the claim process more simplified through consistent and clear communication with our clients.”

Kaylah studied law at the Queensland University of Technology, graduating in 2014, before being admitted as a lawyer the following year. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice.

Kaylah has volunteered with local legal clinics, and considers it a privilege to pursue justice for those whose lives, and ability to earn an income has been unexpectedly impacted by personal injury.

If you’d like to know more about Kaylah or our Personal Injury practice, get in touch.


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