Admitted to practice in 2004, Voula is a highly qualified TAC compensation lawyer who holds Bachelor degrees in Arts and Law, as well as a Masters in Law. With more than 15 years’ experience practising exclusively in transport accident matters, she fights for the rights and entitlements of clients and their families under the Victorian TAC system.
A highly compassionate lawyer, Voula prides herself on being able to communicate complex legal matters to her clients in a clear and concise manner, allowing her clients the opportunity and confidence to focus on their recovery, knowing their legal issues are in good hands.
“As a plaintiff lawyer, my clients are more than just a claim number. I follow a claim the whole way through, ensuring that every avenue and entitlement is covered. I firmly believe that it is through this type of hard work and attention to detail that ensures I best represent the interests of my clients,” says Voula.
“It’s critical that people are given every opportunity to understand their rights and entitlements and to express their preferences about the way in which their legal matter is handled. I really strive to ensure that my clients feel in control of their situations, and that they aren’t intimidated or bogged down by the complexities and jargon of the legal system.”
Voula has an extensive knowledge of and experience in all aspects of the TAC scheme, including but not limited to, claims for medical benefits and income support, and lump sum compensation for impairment benefits and common law damages. She also has considerable exposure to court litigation in all jurisdictions and prides herself on her ability to thoroughly prepare and analyse the claims of her clients in order to obtain the best possible outcome.
“I’ve always had a passion to help others and a belief in each person’s right to fair and equitable treatment. As a law student, I took a particular interest in litigation and advocacy and this lead to me pursuing a career in personal injury law. The most rewarding aspect of my work is the knowledge that we, as solicitors, can make such a difference in the lives of so many people who may otherwise be unaware of their full legal rights and entitlements.”
Voula speaks fluent Greek, and, in addition to her legal work, is actively involved in the Greek community. She has strong affiliations with the Greek community, regularly appearing on the Greek Radio Station, Rythmos, where she provides commentary on many legal issues and cases Maurice Blackburn is involved in or that which may be of interest to the community. Voula also has strong ties with PRONIA- Greek Welfare Society, located in the North, providing advice and advocacy support to the group, its members and the wider Greek community.
Our Canberra office is now closed, but our team continues to serve ACT clients and are available for phone and video appointments. If you need legal advice, please call us on 1800 675 346.
We have lawyers who specialise in a range of legal claims who travel to Tasmania. If you need a lawyer in Hobart, Launceston or elsewhere in Tasmania, please call us on 1800 675 346.