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Kate Avery, Principal Lawyer and Director of Kare Lawyers

Kate Avery

Why choose Kare Lawyers?

Our Practice Mission
Kare Lawyers is a specialised law firm, with many years of experience. Our lawyers will provide you with expertise and compassion.  We make the process seamless so you can make a fresh start.

The Kare Factor
To provide cost effective and realistic advice to ensure you achieve the best possible outcome at the earliest possible time.

The Kare Promise
Only lawyers will manage your claim from the moment you make an enquiry through to the day of settlement.

Renee Eglinton, Principal Lawyer and Director of Kare Lawyers

Renée Eglinton

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So make a fresh start and get your life back on track...today!

At Kare Lawyers we make it easy for you to contact a higher calibre of lawyer to provide a seamless process from the start of your claim through to the day you receive settlement. Contact us now or stay a while to learn more about Kare Lawyers.

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We’re also very social

2309, 2021

Federal No Fault COVID-19 Indemnity Scheme

By |September 23rd, 2021|Categories: COVID-19, health, Medical Care, Points of interest|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Federal No Fault COVID-19 Indemnity Scheme

Effective 6 September 2021 Australians who suffer injury and loss as a result of their COVID-19 vaccination can register their intent to claim compensation from the national COVID-19 Vaccine Claims Scheme. The Scheme applies to [...]

2008, 2021

The Vexed Issue of the Compulsory Vax

By |August 20th, 2021|Categories: Education, health, jobs, Mental well-being, Personal Injury Litigation, Points of interest, Presenting, Risk of Injury, Workers Compensation, Workplace|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Vexed Issue of the Compulsory Vax

In 2020, the Queensland Law Society asked me to present a paper on the WorkCover implications of Covid-19.  Inherent in the request was the expectation that workers would make WorkCover claims for Covid-19 infections which [...]

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