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Megan Caines

Polaris Lawyers
Motor Vehicle Property Damage, Workplace Injury and Compensation Claims
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About Megan

Legally Yours Q & A with Meg Caines from Polaris Lawyers from Karen Finch on Vimeo.

In this video, CEO of Legally Yours, Karen Finch, sits down with Meg Caines from Polaris Lawyers to learn about her journey in the law, her legal expertise (Meg specialises in helping people navigate the TAC Motor Vehicle accident compensation claim process); why Meg loves working at Polaris Lawyers, and what she loves to do outside of the law. To connect with Meg for a complimentary consultation, head to “Talk to Meg”

Meg Caines is a senior lawyer with a track record for getting great results for injured Victorians. She prides herself on having strong communication skills and providing straightforward advice to clients. Efficient and approachable, Megan enjoys assisting clients from diverse backgrounds navigate the Workers Compensation scheme, TAC motor vehicle accident compensation scheme and the legal process that comes with that.

Meg grew up in country Victoria and relocated to Melbourne to study law. She has acted for countless injured Victorians across all ages, occupations and backgrounds. She has learnt that the impact of an injury is different for each client. She takes the time to really understand the physical, emotional and financial impact the injury has had on her clients and ensures she is in a position to tell their unique story.

For over 7 years Megan worked at Australia’s largest personal injury law firm. She now enjoys working at a firm which gives personal service to each and every client, and protecting the rights of individuals regardless of their social or economic background. In addition to file work Meg spends a significant amount of her day mentoring junior lawyers, digital marketing and strategic planning.

Outside of law Meg has a busy and adorable young family and she is a committed passionate Brisbane Lions supporter. Meg loves musical theatre and cannot wait to see Hamilton live. She survived the Melbourne lockdown by learning to knit and listening to the Hamilton sound track on repeat.