Solicitor Personal Injury Law.
“Too often, we meet people who don’t know they have rights, or find it too hard to stand up for those rights. That is something I take very personally.
When I came to practice in personal injury, I had not anticipated the rewards that I would get from helping people find vindication and closure during very difficult times in their life.
Practicing law is a lot of things, but ultimately, it comes down to people. It’s about the people you meet, the people you represent, and the people that you work with, and on all three counts I’ve been very lucky to meet, represent, and work with great people.
Compensation schemes can be tricky. When we act on your behalf, we advise you on the outcome and inform you about the process. Afterall, litigation is just as much about the journey as it is the destination.”
– Karlo Tychsen
- Civil litigation
- Workers compensation
- Motor vehicle accident claims
- Work Injury Damages/common law claims
- Extensive experience in emergency services claims for PTSD Suffered
Memberships & Associations
- Law Society of NSW
- Newcastle Law Society
- Australian Lawyers Alliance
Professional Qualifications & Admissions
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Laws
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
- Admitted to Supreme Court of NSW
- Football – Club President
- Sports Journalism
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