• Sarah Singh

    Lawyers - Practice Leader FNQ

Compensation Law Practice Leader for Splatt Lawyers North Queensland - Cairns & Townsville.

Personal Injury Solicitor Cairns and Townsville

Compensation Lawyer North Queensland

I am a Townsville local who has lived and worked in North QLD my entire life. Currently, I am a Practice Leader with Splatt Lawyers for our Townsville law firm and Cairns office.

After studying law at James Cook University, where I completed a dual degree in law and business, majoring in economics and regional development, I was admitted as a solicitor in 2012. Since then, I have been practising law in the greater Townsville region and Far North Queensland and currently serve as President of the Townsville District Law Association.

I understand it is sometimes difficult to take the first step in seeing your local lawyer and seeking legal advice. That’s why I work hard to make my client’s own legal experience as stress-free as possible. As a litigation lawyer, I enjoy helping people access justice and help them understand and navigate their way through often complex Queensland compensation laws.

When you contact me, I will take the time to understand your case and your circumstances fully. If you have experienced a life-changing incident, there is more to getting your life back on track than purely seeking compensation. I aim to support you through this challenging period and do my best to help you access the justice you deserve.

I am an active member of several local and state legal associations and women’s groups. I am passionate about supporting the local community and have volunteered at Townsville Community Law since 2018.

I love meeting new clients. Please contact me to discuss how we can help. Call 1800 700 125.

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