Adviceline announces new identity, welcomes all-female leadership

The specialist workplace injury firm will now be known as Redlich's Work Injury Lawyers

Adviceline announces new identity, welcomes all-female leadership
Redlich’s new logo

Adviceline Injury Lawyers has announced its new identity as Redlich’s Work Injury Lawyers, which will be headed by an all-female leadership team.

The new moniker honours late founder Peter Redlich AO, a renowned lawyer who played a role in some of the biggest personal injury cases in Victoria. The firm will specialise mainly in workplace injury matters, in addition to working on road accident and public liability claims.

Lauren Freeman, one of the six practice directors who will be at the helm of Redlich’s, explained that Adviceline’s current relaunch is vital given the recent uptick in demand for legal advice related to personal injury.

“The pandemic has taken a debilitating emotional and physical toll on many Victorian workers over the last two years, especially those who were already disadvantaged by background or disability. The new Redlich’s identity and focus on workplace injury reflect our commitment to ensuring these, and all injured workers, are well-supported, fairly compensated, and have the means to get their lives back on track,” she said.

Freeman is joined by Simone Welsh, Tina Toutzaris-Sabo, Linda Hanley, Catherine Sim and Jodie Buttigieg. The novel leadership structure will see five directors overseeing specific geographic catchments while one concentrates on the practice.

Redlich’s serves clients from branches in Melbourne, Epping, Springvale, Melton, Morwell and Wangaratta.

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