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CycleLaw’s teams of confident professionals are inspired to deliver with distinction. We are a small but dedicated team and our success is based on the success of our clients. We enjoy a quality relationship and long-term involvement with our clients and are committed to achieving the best results for you.
AssociateEmily is a Principal at McInnes Wilson Lawyers, and manages the CycleLaw division of the firm. She has extensive experience in insurance litigation and dispute resolution for cyclists. Emily works closely with Bicycle Queensland and their members and has a keen interest in issues that affect cyclists on our roads. Emily understands the vulnerability of cyclists on our roads. She is focused on ensuring these vulnerabilities are reduced and ensuring cyclists’ rights and interests are protected should the worst happen. Emily provides timely and high level advice to all of her clients. She ensures her clients have access to rehabilitation services to assist with their recovery while she focuses on the efficient and hands-on management of their rights.SolicitorClaire is a Solicitor at McInnes Wilson Lawyers. As a recent addition to the Plaintiff team, Claire enjoys working on a wide range of compensation claims. Specifically, Claire looks forward to assisting cyclists with any and all disputes and claims as part of the CycleLaw division. Claire is also keen to develop relationships with the cycling community and provide targeted legal advice where necessary. With Claire’s childhood love of cycling having been rekindled in recent years, she understands the vulnerability of cyclists on our roads.Law ClerkJosh is in his fifth year of a dual degree in Law and Arts at the University of Queensland, with a particular interest in compensation law and history. Outside of work, Josh is a member of the Australian Army Reserve and passionate about sport (particularly Rugby Union and Rowing). Having grown up on Tamborine Mountain he has always had a passion for the outdoors. His love of sport and the outdoors makes the specific legal problems faced by cyclists very relatable to Josh (although his own cycling skills leaves something to be desired). Josh enjoys getting cyclists back in the saddle and re-engaging with the sport following a set-back.ParalegalSharee is dedicated to providing timely and accurate advice to cyclists in relation to their legal options following a set-back. She helps cyclists with processing their rights so they can access services to assist with their recovery and receive adequate compensation for recovery of their monetary losses both in the past and for the future. Unfortunately it is often the case that when a cyclist is involved in any incident, the outcome will have a major impact on their life. Sharee is very passionate and motivated in helping people through this difficult period in their life by assisting them to successfully lodge and pursue actions for property damage, physical and/or emotional losses they have sustained as a result of the set-back.