With its line up of experienced practitioners, Gordon Legal’s plan to be the next major national consumer law firm should be taken very seriously.
The firm includes Peter Gordon; Janine Gregory, ex head of Personal Injury at Slater and Gordon and James Higgins, ex head of class actions at Slater and Gordon.
The firm plans to go national providing family law, criminal law, wills and estates and employment law services. This is in addition to personal injury, class actions and compensation law.
The firm announced its launch today as a full service law firm:
PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST: GORDON LEGAL OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES AS FULL-SERVICE LAW FIRM
Gordon Legal has officially launched as a full service law firm with a mission to fight for working people, not the big end of town.
Speaking at the official launch, Senior Partner, Peter Gordon said Gordon Legal will restore faith in the law and put people first.
“The idea of Gordon Legal is to run a law firm in the traditional way – fighting hard in the interests of working people,” Mr Gordon said.
“We understand that people often need a lawyer during the most difficult time in their life, and need someone who is going to take their case personally. We do.
“Most importantly, we will look after every client and their claim with compassion and understanding.
“At Gordon Legal, we will battle for everyday people.”
With decades of experience at the forefront of plaintiff law and worker’s compensation in Australia, Peter has an unrivalled record of fighting for justice for working people.
His new team brings together the finest lawyers from Australia’s labour and plaintiff law community and offers a full legal service, from injury law to personal and commercial law.
Gordon Legal offers the following services:
· Work injury claims
· Class actions
· Transport accident claims
· Family law
· Rural claims
· Criminal defence
· Asbestos litigation
· Employment and Workplace law
· Injuries in public or private spaces
· Wills and Estates
· Medical negligence claims
· Professional negligence claims
· Institutional abuse claims
· Coronial inquiries
· Superannuation and personal insurance claims
“I know that while the issues may change, working people will always need someone fighting for them when they have been wronged,” Mr Gordon said.
“We will work with empathy, partner with unions and community groups, and will use our resources for the right reasons.”
Gordon Legal has offices in Melbourne and intends to open offices in Sydney and Brisbane.