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Emily Delaney

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Emily's expertise

  • Emily is based in our Parramatta office and specialises in worker’s compensation claims, work injury damages claims, motor vehicle accident claims, public liability claims and superannuation claims for total and permanent disablement and income protection.
  • Emily was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in August 2021. Prior to her admission, she worked in the area of personal injury law for eight years.
  • An avid advocate for her clients, Emily strives to achieve the best outcome for everyone that she represents. Emily understands that dealing with an unexpected injury can often be overwhelming and she is committed to ensuring her clients are supported throughout that process.
Client Testimonials

I would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to you […] for the support and guidance shown to us during approx past 2 years. We are absolutely overwhelm by the outcome.

– J.M.

Client Testimonials

Emily, this just doesn’t seem remotely enough to thank you and all the team for your support, guidance, brilliance and kindness over the last 3+ years. […] my family and I will be forever grateful. Thank you all so very much.

– Pam, Graham, Lachlan

Client Testimonials

“Special thanks to […] Ms. Emily Delaney and their team have tried so hard to achieve best outcome for me as possibly as they can; they are very helpful, professional, rich knowledge and reasonable charge; even my case take so long with complexity, but they didn’t give up or lose their patients, they have supported and assisted me right to the end of my case and even beyond their responsibility. I am very grateful for […] Ms. Emily Delaney’s amazing service and happily recommend it to anyone who, like me, needs someone who can be totally trusted, act on client interests or benefit; strive best to achieve the best outcome possible for their client.”

– Jim


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