The skills and experience of our lawyers extend into other areas of law as well, and they can be best displayed using the table below.
If you are unsure if Shine Lawyers can help, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
|SERVICES PROVIDED||SERVICES NOT PROVIDED|
|All branches||Limited branches||Not provided|
Coal Seam Gas and Mining
Defamation and Privacy Law
Disability Insurance and Superannuation Claims
Disaster Insurance Recovery
Employment Dispute Resolution
Financial Advisor Negligence
Motor Vehicle Claims Law
Product Liability Law
Public Place Incidents
Wills and Estates
|Criminal Law (WA)
Commercial Litigation (QLD)
Patents and Trademarks Law
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If you are enquiring about legal services not listed above, we recommend you get in touch with the following experts who can ensure you are connected with the right law firm for your needs:
Phone: 1300 367 757
New South Wales
Phone: (02) 9926 0300
Phone: (03) 9607 9550
Phone: (08) 9324 8600
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