Emma Mead is a Nationally Accredited Mediator with LEADR
(The Resolution Institute), an international organisation promoting mediation for conflict resolution. Emma is also an Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law.
She is available in Newcastle, the Hunter, Mid North Coast & Sydney to mediate in all Personal Injury Disputes including medical negligence, common law, car accidents, coal mining, police fire and rescue workers and occupiers liability.
She is experienced in acting as mediator in order to reach successful resolution efficiently and without litigation.
Please phone our office on 02 4902 3800 to confirm her availability.
Terms and conditions can be provided on request.
What People Are Saying
“Sally, you’re a great and experienced lawyer and you have done your job perfectly.
I would like to say a huge thank you for assisting me in this hard situation. There is no word to describe how good you are dear Sally.”
K.E – Newcastle
“I would also like to reiterate my gratitude to you, Emma, for your work and skills that have been dedicated to my service in this matter.
The outcome should remove some financial stress factors and enable me to achieve things in my daughter’s honour.
For this I am truly grateful.”
K.B – East Maitland
“Dearest Emma, I would like to thank you for the legal counsel provided on my matter. It is an understatement to say it much appreciated.
In the future I shall be recommending you to others. Kindest Regards”
L.F – Lambton
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