Our Legal and Mediation Services
We have assisted and represented clients who have been injured in Motor Vehicle Accidents, injured in the Workplace and in Public Places, who have experienced Medical or Professional Negligence, and who have needed to access their Superannuation due to sickness or illness.
Who also offer representation and assistance to clients going through Divorce and Separation, who require Parenting Plans and Custody Arrangements, and who need to finalise Property & Financial Matters.
Emma Mead is a Nationally Accredited Mediator who can mediate all Personal Injury Disputes.
We have Accredited Specialists in Personal Injury & Family Law
What People Are Saying
“I would like to express just how wonderful the team are at Burke & Mead. Every member of the team has excellent customer service and people skills.”
“I just want to say a huge THANK-You to Emma, Jackie and the rest of your team for all the hard work, commitment, patience and achieving a positive settlement for my mum’s claim last year.
When we spoke to you in 2018 we were completely oblivious of what we would face, how long it would take or what we had to do to get a positive outcome for Mum and we really had no idea what a positive outcome even looked like. It was a terribly difficult time for us and the only thing we were certain of was that something had to be done!
Emma your knowledge, wisdom, guidance and willingness to listen gave us the support and encouragement needed to help Mum adjust to what has been one of the biggest challenges in her life. Thank you for letting me vent when I needed, explaining things as many times as I needed and for never at any point putting any pressure on Mum. I can’t begin to explain how grateful I am that you communicated with us so we could assist Mum throughout the process, there are simply no words to describe the difference that alone made for us.
Again, Thankyou Emma “
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If a person passes away before their legal matter comes to an end, the claim in some circumstance can continue with the legal representatives of the estate. However this does limit the types of damages that may be claimed. In this situation, you cannot claim damages...