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Sarah Khodr

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Sarah's expertise

Sarah is an Associate based in our Campbelltown office and specialises in workers compensation claims. She was admitted to practice as a solicitor in 2015. Prior to joining Turner Freeman in 2020, Sarah was a Solicitor with another leading NSW personal injury firm.

Sarah became a lawyer to help and guide vulnerable people who have been faced with unfortunate circumstances through no fault of their own. She is driven by profound satisfaction when she achieves an outstanding result for a client and helps that client get back on track and regain a degree of independence.

Sarah practices exclusively in compensation claims as it provides justice, and eases the physical, financial and emotional toll an accident has on a client and their family. She listens to a client’s problems and navigates through the legal process to get the client back on track by obtaining the best possible outcome for each client.

Sarah’s extensive experience and knowledge in the legal industry since 2011 has allowed her to develop invaluable skills and expertise. Sarah’s work ethic, client service skills, dedication and compassionate nature ensure she is always in a position to provide a high quality legal service to each client.

Qualifications and Memberships:

Bachelor of Laws – Western Sydney University

Bachelor of Arts – Western Sydney University

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – College of Law, St Leonards

Approved Legal Service Provider to the Workers Compensation Independent Review Officer (WIRO)

Member of the NSW Law Society

Blog posts by Sarah Khodr

Workplace Rights
Do I have to disclose my previous workers compensation claim to my new or prospective employer?
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Workplace Rights
What do I do if I am injured at work
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Workplace Rights
My WorkCover claim has been rejected – what are my next steps?
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