Highlight: Empathy with clients drives 2022 Rising Star

Nayven Taouk understands that the personal injury claim period is often the most difficult time for a client

Highlight: Empathy with clients drives 2022 Rising Star

2022 Rising Star Nayven Taouk is a lawyer driven by empathy. The personal injury litigation specialist has come to understand that the personal injury claim period is often the most difficult time for clients, as it causes them to go through emotional, physical, psychological, and financial difficulties.

As a director at Withstand Lawyers, Taouk concentrates on workers’ compensation, work injury damages, motor vehicle accident, public liability, occupier liability, product liability, medical negligence, intentional tort, and superannuation TPD claims. In tackling complex civil litigation matters, he has come before the Australian Administrative Tribunal, Workers’ Compensation Commission of NSW, Claims Assessment Review Service, Dispute Resolution Service, Personal Injury Commission, District Court of NSW, and the Supreme Court of NSW on behalf of clients in multiple jurisdictions.

Thus, Taouk is a lawyer who aims to work together with his clients to clarify their goals off the bat so that he can aid them in achieving positive outcomes in a pragmatic way. He seeks to limit delays that could cause more distress to clients.

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Taouk cut his teeth as an associate in a major personal injury specialist firm. In this time, he was a regular winner of the top honour for his leadership of the firm’s workers’ compensation division.

Australasian Lawyer released the Rising Stars 2022 report in March 2022.

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