Adviceline Injury Lawyers has relaunched as a specialist workplace injury practice, in a move the firm said was “critical” in the current market.
Adviceline Injury Lawyers relaunched this week as Redlich’s Work Injury Lawyers, a workplace injury specialist.
The Victoria-based boutique personal injury law firm is a division of Holding Redlich – and the firm’s new identity recognises the legacy of the late Peter Redlich AO, who founded the firm more than 50 years ago and advised on many of the state’s largest personal injury cases.
The firm has also implemented a “unique leadership structure” made up of six practice directors. Five of the directors will look after particular geographic catchments, and the sixth will focus on the practice itself. They are Lauren Freeman, Simone Welsh, Tina Toutzaris-Sabo, Linda Hanley, Catherine Sim and Jodie Buttigieg.
In addition to its primary focus on workplace injury, Redlich’s will also assist clients with road accident and public liability claims. Redlich’s works with clients across Victoria from its offices in Melbourne, Epping, Springvale, Melton, Morwell and Wangaratta.
In a statement, Ms Freeman said the timing of the relaunch is “critical” given the growth in Victoria’s demand for personal injury legal representation.
“The pandemic has taken a debilitating emotional and physical toll on many Victorian workers over the last two years, especially those who were already disadvantaged by background or disability,” she said.
“The new Redlich’s identity and focus on workplace injury reflect our commitment to ensuring these, and all injured workers, are well-supported, fairly compensated, and have the means to get their lives back on track.”