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Nickelle Morris

Practice Leader - Head Trauma & Medical Law, Special Counsel

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Location: Robina
Joined: 2010

Practice Area(s)
  • Head Trauma
  • Medical Negligence
Memberships and Associations
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA)
  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Admitted in 2006 (NSW)
  • Registered to the High Court of Australia in 2007
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Nickelle Morris
Practice Leader - Head Trauma & Medical Law, Special Counsel

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Nickelle’s primary practice area is helping clients with catastrophic injuries claims; particularly brain injuries, spinal injuries, amputations and fatalities.

Nickelle specialises in all practice areas including medical negligence claims,motor vehicle claims, public liability claims and workplace accidents. She’s passionate about seeing her clients return to a sustainable life, and is proactive regarding their rehabilitation needs; including supporting her clients through the process, involving case managers and government agencies such as the NIIS and NDIS. With her practical and technical experience, Nickelle has been able to secure great outcomes for clients.

Nickelle is a member of the Queensland Law Society, Gold Coast District Law Association, Women in Law and is a committee member of Australian Lawyers Alliance.

Nickelle has the dedication, passion and expertise to get the outcome that clients are looking for. Whilst based on the Gold Coast, Nickelle travels to her clients as needed. To find out more about Nickelle and how she can help you, contact our Robina branch.

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