Justin specialises in compensation law for individuals, conducting matters for clients in NSW and interstate. Prior to commencing with Stacks Law Firm in Taree, he was a Law Clerk for Stacks in Sydney for three years and has now been a practicing solicitor for more than ten years. Justin’s expertise lies in handling major catastrophic claims arising from motor vehicle accidents and work accidents, and in conducting public liability and occupiers’ liability cases. He is also experienced in handling total and permanent disability claims on superannuation policies. A member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance, Justin is an efficient and experienced member of the Stacks team.
One of Justin’s strengths is his ability to communicate with clients in language they understand. He is meticulous in his preparation of each case, and passionate about achieving a just result for each client. Justin has often conducted matters for non-English speaking clients, sometimes with the aid of an interpreter. He is willing to, and often, travels to clients who have difficulty travelling to his office in Taree.
Justin has conducted many cases for catastrophically injured people, often achieving excellent financial outcomes for his clients. His cases range from matters involving pedestrians and cyclists who have suffered injury after being hit by a motor vehicle, including a reported case, Worland v Tobin (Supreme Court 2005), to a case involving a child who was attacked by a kangaroo while playing golf in Grafton.
Born and raised in Taree, Justin is actively involved in the local community. He is a past President of the Manning Valley Business Chamber and sponsors many local charities, including the rugby union club, the Manning River Ratz. A father of three, Justin is a family man who enjoys trips to the beach with his kids.
An organised and diligent solicitor, Justin has a comprehensive knowledge of the compensation area of law.
- Past President of the Manning Valley Business Chamber
- Sponsors local rugby union club, the Manning River Ratz