Deeply motivated to ensure justice is accessible for everyone, Travis founded Travis Schultz & Partners (TSP) in 2018 with a vision to create a professional services firm driven by the values of fairness, respect and compassion. Today, a major pillar of his law practice is to offer industry leading legal representation with a No Win / No Fee, low fee promise.
Travis has been an accredited specialist in personal injury law since 1999 and is recognised as one of Queensland’s leading compensation lawyers.
In 2019, the reputable and independent national Doyles Guide exclusively acknowledged him as the only lawyer in Australia to be ranked in the top category of ‘Leading’ in all three compensation law areas of public liability, workers’ compensation and motor vehicle law. This honour, determined by his legal peers, is the fourth listing in a row for Travis.
In 2019, TSP were awarded winner of the Professional Services Category in the prestigious Sunshine Coast Business Awards.
Travis is deeply motivated to help our community and is abundantly generous with his time, energy, passion and resources to change lives and bring joy and support to so many worthwhile causes.
One of his inspirations, The Spring Racing Gala for Wishlist has raised more than $1.2m since its inception and is now the biggest and most successful annual fundraising event on the Sunshine Coast.
An avid cyclist and fitness junkie, his cycling event, Tour de Kawana raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Cystic Fibrosis Queensland, as has his Centurion Charity Ride which supported a variety of charities such as SunnyKids and Coast2Bay Community Housing.
Then if you are not into sport yet love your wine, his Winemakers Masterclass is an annual event where more than 400 people from the business community can imbibe and be educated in true style and raise much needed funds. Since inception, more than $450k has been raised for SunnyKids.
In case you are wondering what he does in his spare time, be assured that he has devoted his time to sitting on a number of Committees and Boards including LifeFlight, the Queensland Law Society, Sunshine Coast Turf Club and Matthew Flinders College to name a few. And when he is not being a regular wine columnist or restaurant judge for the Sunshine Coast Daily, he loves to travel and spend quality time with this family including playing cricket, footy and mountain biking with his overly energetic son Ashton.