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Kim Jackson

Senior Associate
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Kim’s expertise

  • Kim is a Senior Associate based at our Maroochydore office on the Sunshine Coast. Since joining Turner Freeman Lawyers in 2012, she has worked in the areas of compensation law and disability and superannuation claims.
  • Kim is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for her clients and prides herself on providing clear and easy to understand legal advice.

What Kim’s Clients Say about Her

  • I would like to thank you for all your hard work and dedication.” G.W. – Palmwoods
  • I’d like to thank you for my claim. It is a great benefit to me.” D.J. – Emerald
  • I just wanted to thank you for everything regarding my case. I’m relieved it’s all over but happy with the outcome. I really appreciated not only you taking my case but all that you did to achieve our result.” Megan

Qualifications & memberships

  • After extensive military service Kim pursued a career in law and graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Laws. Kim was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2012.
  • Kim is also a member of the Queensland Law Society.

Latest blogs by Kim Jackson

Superannuation
Releasing your superannuation account balance on the grounds of permanent incapacity
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Superannuation
“Opting In” for insurance through superannuation
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Superannuation
Stone Masons Silicosis and Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) claims
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Superannuation
TPD claims and procedural fairness letters
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Superannuation
Superannuation Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Assist claims with Sunsuper
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Superannuation
Financial hardship and accessing your superannuation
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Compensation Law
Superannuation TPD claims for mental health conditions
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Superannuation
Old injuries and TPD claims – The date that matters
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Superannuation
COVID-19 early release of superannuation: some of the facts
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Superannuation
Are you eligible to claim Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) benefits through your superannuation fund?
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