High profile Queensland-based compensation lawyer Travis Schultz has maintained his position as one of the country’s top ranked lawyers in the Australian Doyle’s Guide for the fifth consecutive year.
The managing partner of Travis Schultz & Partners, who has offices in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and Cairns, was again identified by the highly respected Doyle’s Guide as one of the pre-eminent plaintiff compensation lawyers in the country.
The annual listing of the best lawyers in Australia is based on peer surveys with rankings determined on ability and the quality of positive feedback.
In the 2020 guide, Mr Schultz was one of only two lawyers in Queensland to achieve Pre-eminent status in plaintiff compensation categories.
Mr Schultz was the only Queensland based lawyer to be ranked as a Pre-eminent Work Injury Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff), a Pre-Eminent Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff) and a Leading Public Liability Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff).
Mr Schultz said he was honoured to achieve multiple high-level rankings for the fifth year running and is humbled by the recognition from his peers.
“Achieving a ranking, or several rankings like these means so much more when it comes from your peers; knowing that they respect our expertise and the personalised approach at Travis Schultz & Partners is flattering,” Mr Schultz said.
“We genuinely care about making a positive difference in our clients’ lives. So, as well as being results driven, we take the time to understand every individual case, to help our clients get the outcome they deserve.”
In his 31 years as a lawyer, including 21 years as an accredited personal injury specialist, Mr Schultz has personally handled more than 5,500 cases.
Mr Schultz has held a number of Board roles including Councillor of the Queensland Law Society, Board Member of LifeFlight Foundation, Deputy Chairman of the Matthew Flinders Board and a Board Member of the Sunshine Coast Turf Club.
More information about the 2020 Australian Doyle’s Guide rankings can be viewed here: