We know that one of the most stressful parts of legal proceedings is concern about the costs.
We believe everyone deserves access to the best possible legal representation without breaking the bank. We don’t charge if you don’t get a result. No Win, No Pay. Our clients always receive the lion’s share of their settlement. Our fees are kept much lower than the industry average and there is nothing to pay up front, no interest charges, no uplift fees and no hidden costs.
Compensation experts. We get results.
We are committed to making a positive difference in people’s lives and getting the best possible result for our clients.
Our service is highly personalised to you. We take the time to know every client’s case individually. Our Queensland Law Society accredited specialists have more than 60+ years’ experience between them and will seek to understand your situation and assist you to get the results you deserve.
We are committed to making a positive difference for the people and causes that matter to us.
As a social justice firm, we actively support a number of community initiatives and charities from making minor contributions to groups to launching large scale charity events and supporting our local community legal centres with funding and professional services.
Seeking our support or involvement? Email us at [email protected] with all the details.
You will not find another law firm like us. We are not like the big firms. We pride ourselves on being different. We’re low cost. We’re industry leading. We’re boutique and unique. Look no further.
Apart from our Queensland Law Society accredited specialists providing one-on-one personalised service, the most compelling reason why you should choose us is our low fees. Most law firms abide by the government set cap on professional fees of 50% of a settlement. But not us. We charge only on the government set Federal Court Scale and set a much lower cap of one third of the settlement. That means our clients end up with more in their pocket, like they deserve.
I have known Travis Schultz for more than 10 years since opening my law firm. Travis is a highly ethical and extremely professional lawyer who I have never hesitated referring clients to. He is a passionate advocate for his clients and other causes he represents.
One of the most noble things about Travis, is that he also knows the importance of community and has a strong willingness to “give back”, which is well demonstrated in his tireless work for various charitable causes on the Sunshine Coast.
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When: 17 May Where: Pier33, Mooloolaba To officially open Travis Schultz Law at Pier33 Mooloolaba, Travis invited his mother Denise to unveil a stunning artwork by renowned artist Anna Rubin of his late grandfather Jack O’Brien. Jack was an RAAF bomber pilot in WWII who was awarded one of the Air Force’s greatest honours, the Distinguished
Travis Schultz Law will be supporting the Sunshine Coast’s premier networking and fundraising event for high-profile local businesses. In its nine year history, Wishlist Spring Carnival has raised more $1M as one of the major financial contributions to the Sunshine Coast’s public health service. When: 14 September 2018 Where: Novotel Twin Waters, 270 Ocean Dr,
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