Shine Lawyers Logo
1800 618 851

Sarah Hunt

Senior Associate, Practice Leader

Essential Info

Location: Sydney CBD
Joined: 2014

Practice Area(s)
  • Public Liability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Motor Vehicle
Memberships and Associations
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW (2011)
  • Member of the NSW Law Society
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • WIRO Approved Legal Services Provider
Community Involvement
  • Board Member, Sharks Hockey Club
linkedin-logo

Sarah Hunt
Senior Associate, Practice Leader

View LinkedIn profile

'For me, there is nothing more satisfying then achieving a result for someone who has been injured through no fault of their own.'

Sarah Hunt is a Practice Leader and Senior Assoicate in the Sydney office, working on Workers Compensation claims as well as personal injury claims for clients.

Sarah was first exposed to Plaintiff Litigation through her work as a Barrister's Assistant, sparking an enduring desire to fight for those suffering in the face of adversity. She moved to a boutique law firm as a Paralegal and supported various claims across the Workers Compensation, Public Liability and Medical Negligence fields. Sarah joined the Shine Lawyers team in 2014 where her outstanding leadership qualities prompted her quick election to Team Leader for a period of time.

As a lawyer, Sarah is driven by the maxim 'relatability, realism and results.' She prides herself on her ability to take complex legal systems and explain them with clarity so clients are able to better understand their rights under the law. In her free time, Sarah is actively involved with her local hockey club The Sharks, coaching young teams and sitting as a Board Member.

Latest blog articles

  • January 12, 2021

    When do school zone speed limits apply? 

    School zones were introduced to improve students’ safety when walking in the streets around their school. Despite being introduced across… Read More

  • December 20, 2020

    My COVID business interruption insurance claim has been denied. What are my options?

    When COVID-19 forced thousands of Australian businesses to close, many naturally turned to their business interruption insurance as a… Read More

  • December 7, 2020

    Self-care for caregivers – why it’s important

    Caring for an injured, disabled or vulnerable person is a selfless and all-consuming task. Caregiving is physically and emotionally… Read More

  • See more

    Enquire Now

    If required, we gather more details or documents later in the process.
    0/2000