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Wendy Nixson

Practice Leader | Special Counsel - Medical Law

Essential Info

Location: Brisbane
Joined: 2008

Practice Area(s)
  • Medical Negligence
Memberships and Associations
  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Member of the Medico-Legal Society of Queensland
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
  • Member of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland
  • Doyles Guide 2020 - Leading medical negligence compensation lawyer
  • Doyles Guide 2018 - Leading medical negligence compensation lawyer
Community Involvement
  • Volunteer Lawyer - QCAT Self Represented Litigants' Service (2013)
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Wendy Nixson
Practice Leader | Special Counsel - Medical Law

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Admitted as a Solicitor in the UK in 2002, Wendy has a wealth of legal experience in all aspects of personal injury law. She relocated to Australia in 2008 and focused primarily on medical negligence claims, going on to attain a Master’s degree in Health Law in 2018.

Wendy has devoted her legal expertise to fighting for the rights of everyday Australians, and is a passionate advocate for all she represents. She will take the time to listen, understand her clients' position, and give them the confidence and strength to move forward with their case.

Wendy has secured the respect of many inside and outside the firm with her resolve, professionalism and superior legal skill. For five years she has been recognised by the independent Doyle's Guide for her outstanding legal services in medical negligence law. She was also included on The Best Lawyers in Australia list 2018 and 2019 as a Personal Injury Litigator.

To find out more about Wendy and how she can help you, contact the Brisbane office today.

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