Wyatts Compensation Lawyers is one of Sydney’s most experienced personal injury and compensation legal firms. Our highly-qualified and dedicated team has more than 150 years of combined experience – so you know that you will have the best people by your side. Our Directors – Julie Wyatt and Neville Wyatt – have extensive experience in Compensation and Personal Injury Law, and both have a highly-respected record within the legal service.
At Wyatts, our commitment is to offer every client a comprehensive, personalised and attentive service. We understand that you are more than a “case number” and we will treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve.
Julie began her legal career in 1981 and has been with Wyatts ever since it was founded. Over this period, she has acquired a vast amount of experience and has worked with people from all walks of life who have found themselves in difficult situations. Julie is a sympathetic and understanding lawyer who can assist clients whatever their circumstances.
Before joining Wyatts, Julie worked as the National Compensation Officer for …
Neville has been an accredited specialist in personal injury law since 1995, only two years after that accreditation was established. He has a highly respected record of legal service, with years of experience in the profession in many locations around Australia. He has been Solicitor Director of Wyatts since 2000 and has represented clients at every level of the legal system, from local courts to the High Court.
A former officer in the Royal Australian Navy, Neville has been involved in many major legal investigations and inquiries, including …
Jordan has worked in the personal injury sector for a number of years and was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2021. She has extensive knowledge in a range of areas including Workers Compensation, Medical Negligence, Public Liability, Total and Permanent Disablement, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Assault. Jordan strives to work alongside each of her clients to ensure that every aspect of their lives that have been altered by their accident is compensated for.
Caitlin is a Law Clerk in the Wyatts Historical Sexual Abuse Team. Completing a double-degree in Arts and Law at UNSW in 2021, Caitlin has experience in providing support to clients and solicitors in both general and specialist legal practices. She also has a detailed understanding of court structures and processes.
During her studies, Caitlin extensively explored the impact of the actions of institutions upon the lives of individuals in historical, societal and legal contexts. She aims to use her knowledge and skills, along with an empathetic and sensitive approach and attention to detail, to assist clients in the successful pursuit of their claims.
Legal Administration Assistant
Layla is our legal administrator assistant assigned to the Wyatts Historic Sexual Abuse Team. Layla is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Law and Criminology at the University of Western Sydney. She is passionate about thoroughly researching historical records to help construct the foundation of evidence for our clients’ claims.
Legal Administration Assistant
Business Development Officer
Georgia is Wyatts Business Development Officer and provides support to our paralegal team members. Georgia is passionate about justice and works closely with our clients to help them to find closure and gain well-deserved compensation. Georgia assists with the development of business strategies and professional partnerships to help the firm grow and reach more people.
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Wyatts Compensation Lawyers operate on a “No Win, No Fee” basis. This means that we initially covers all legal costs, including medical reports and consultations required for your case. We only charge legal fees once you receive your compensation settlement.
If you engage Wyatts to manage your compensation claim, you will receive a full cost agreement outlining all potential fees and charges before we commence your case.
* The above does not apply to workers’ compensation claims. These claims are funded by the Workers’ Compensation Independent Review Office (WIRO).