Travis Schultz again named one of Qld’s top lawyers

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High profile litigation lawyer Travis Schultz has maintained his standing as one of Queensland’s top ranks compensation lawyers for the third year running.

The principal of Travis Schultz Law, who has offices in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, was again identified by the highly respected Doyle’s Guide as one of the pre-eminent plaintiff compensation lawyers in the state.

The Doyle’s Guide annual listing of the best lawyers in Australia is based on peer-based surveys with rankings determined on volume and the quality of positive feedback.

In the 2018 guide, announced today, Mr Schultz was one of only two lawyers in Queensland to achieve Pre-eminent status in three plaintiff compensation categories.

Mr Schultz was ranked as a Pre-eminent Work Injury Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff), a Pre-Eminent Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff) and a Pre-eminent Public Liability Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff).

In further recognition for the firm, Travis Schultz Law solicitor Michael Callow was also listed as Recommended in each of these three categories.

Mr Schultz said he was honoured to achieve multiple Pre-eminent rankings for the third year running, and thrilled to see his colleague, Michel Callow, also be rated highly.

“I think Michael and I are highly regarded by our peers because they trust us knowing our focus is on genuine expertise and a personalised approach,” Mr Schultz said.

“We genuinely care about making a positive difference in our clients’ lives. So, as well as being results driven, we take the time to understand each person’s case, to help them get the outcome they deserve.”

In his 29 years as a lawyer, including 18 years as an accredited practice specialist, Mr Schultz has personally handled more than 5,000 cases and last year was elected a Councillor of the Queensland Law Society.

He is also a Board member of LifeFlight Foundation and an active member of the Sunshine Coast community, serving as Deputy Chair of the Board of Matthew Flinders Anglican College, Chairman of the Matthew Flinders Foundation and a Board Member of the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. 

Mr Callow has worked with Travis Schultz Law since its inception earlier this year and was previously a partner in Schultz Toomey O’Brien.

For more information, go to www.schultzlaw.com.au  

 
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