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QUEENSLAND FIRM Quinn & Scattini Lawyers has appointed Sue Bence a consultant in the firm’s major cases team. Bence joins the firm from London plaintiff firm, Leigh Day & Co, where she…

QUEENSLAND FIRM Quinn & Scattini Lawyers has appointed Sue Bence a consultant in the firm’s major cases team.

Bence joins the firm from London plaintiff firm, Leigh Day & Co, where she was a partner and personal injuries specialist in a niche practice area, representing injured sports people.

Bence is a fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, a member of the American Association for Justice and is also recognised in the UK by The Legal 500, and Chambers and Partners’ The Legal Profession, as an expert in the field of personal injury litigation.

The firm has also announced that Carmel Davies has been appointed to the personal injuries team at the Cleveland branch of the firm. Davies is an accredited specialist in personal injury law, and has also been admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales and in Tasmania. Her areas of specialty within personal injuries law include serious workplace and motor accident injuries, as well as injuries stemming from product liability.

Craig Silva has been appointed to the wills, estate disputes and administration team at the firm’s Beenleigh office. Silva advises across all facets of succession law, including estate planning, wills, enduring powers of attorney, and estate administration.

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