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Sebastian Rogalski

Solicitor, Maroochydore

Sebastian Rogalski | Shine Lawyers
Sebastian Rogalski | Shine Lawyers

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Memberships and Associations:
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland (2016)
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance

Sebastian Rogalski
Solicitor, Maroochydore at Shine Lawyers Ltd

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Sebastian is a lawyer with a passion for meaningful work and helping those in need. Working out of Shine Lawyers’ Maroochydore office, Sebastian provides legal advice and support to members of the surrounding community who have suffered injustice.

Sebastian completed a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws majoring in Accounting at QUT. Throughout his studies, he worked as a paralegal and legal assistant at various compensation firms, gaining invaluable experience.

‘It can be a difficult time in a client’s life and I find it very satisfying to help someone in need.’

Sebastian is well-versed in all aspects of compensation law, and delivers a highly personalised service to each of his clients. With a keen attention to detail, Sebastian is highly responsive to his clients and their needs, and is able to deliver tailored advice and practical legal solutions. He is a clear, thorough communicator and is fluent in Polish.

A high school volleyball coach for several years, Sebastian’s own personal experience with shoulder damage has granted him a sense of understanding and empathy for his clients.

To find out more about Sebastian, get in touch with Shine Lawyers Maroochydore today.

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