- Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW
- Member of the Law Society of NSW
Krystal specialises in assisting local workers access the compensation and support they need after suffering a workplace accident. She is committed to providing practical legal solutions, and guiding her clients through the complex workers’ compensation legal process.
Krystal chose to work at Shine Lawyers because she recognised that the firm shared her important but simple objective – to help people during difficult times.
‘I became a lawyer to have the opportunity to help people. Being a lawyer at Shine Lawyers has allowed me to hear stories of thousands of injured workers and fight for their rights and entitlements.’
Admitted to practice in 2013, Krystal has already accumulated a wealth of experience, which she brings to her role as a compensation lawyer at Shine.
With an extensive history handling workers compensation, work injury damages and public liability claims, she is well positioned to understand and overcome the variety of legal issues that can arise when navigating her clients’ cases.
Krystal enjoys acting as an advocate for her clients and facilitating their legal representation in what would otherwise be daunting and complex legal proceedings. She strives to mitigate this complexity for her clients, and fights fiercely to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve in their time of need.
For more information on how Krystal and Shine Lawyers Fairfield can help with your legal claim, get in touch today.
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