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Georgina Brozon

Georgina has been with our firm since 2016 working as a Paralegal.

She has over 25 years of experience within the legal profession across Australia and Mexico, she has practiced commercial law,  family law, corporate law, property law, banking and finance law and on top of that, she has worked closely with judges and within the Australian and Mexican Courts. 

Fluent in Spanish and English, she also assists with our Spanish speaking clients and Spanish marketing endeavors.

Hard working and compassionate, Georgina prides herself on the quality of service she delivers to our clients.

Outside of work, she enjoys meditation, beach & bush walking, reading and playing the guitar.

2016 – Present
Paralegal, Henry Carus + Associates (Melbourne)
Paralegal

2012-2015
Consultoria Juridcia S.C. (Mexico City)
Barrister/Solicitor, Lexika

2009-2012
Procel Sastrias Law Firm (Mexico City)
Solicitor

2005-2008
Land & Environment Court NSW (Sydney)
Deputy Associate to Justice Talbot & Tipstaff

2004-2005
Land & Environment Court NSW (Sydney)
Deputy Associate to Justice Cowdroy & Tipstaff

1998-2004
Holmes Institute & GEOS St Mark’s International College Language Centre (Sydney, AUS & Auckland, NZ)
Marketing Consultant, International Relations Officer and Project Manager, 

1995-1998
HSBC Bank Group (Mexico City)
Barrister/Solicitor

1993-1995
Federal Court (Mexico City)
Counsel

1990-1993
Torreblanca, Engel and Gavito (Mexico City)

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Success Stories

Pantelis suffered injury to his upper body in the course of his employment whilst performing repetitive work. He reported the injury to his employer. Instead advising him to lodge a workers compensation claim, his employer referred him to the onsite physiotherapist. The treatment did not assist him. When the injury worsened his employer terminated his employment. After the termination Pantelis, lodged a workers compensation claim, and that claim…

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In 2005, Hope was involved in a car accident. Aged 17 years at the time, she was travelling as a passenger in a vehicle which collided with a light pole in rural Victoria.

As a result of the accident, Hope suffered serious injuries and spent considerable time recovering from those injuries.

At the time of the accident, Hope had just commenced studying and was looking forward to enjoying an exciting journey…

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Kathi was shopping at a local shopping centre.

She had parked her car in the underground car park at the centre and was walking through the car park towards the entrance to the shops.

She slipped on engine oil in one of the parking bays and fell,  landing heavily and badly injuring her shoulder.

Kathi’s case needed detailed investigations to get to the bottom…

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Victoria has worked in the aged care sector for approximately 15 years and thoroughly enjoyed helping the residence. She was employed as a personal care assistant and before her incident worked with division 2 nurses on her shifts. She had a good work ethic and enjoyed working at the aged care centre.

Unfortunately, she was rostered with an employee (a male division 2 nurse) who has put her…

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Tekeste Andermeskel came to our office seeking help after being injured in a motor vehicle accident. Tekeste is a highly educated man, who due to circumstances found himself driving a taxi in Melbourne for a living. He was injured when a police vehicle collided into his taxi while taking part in a police chase of another vehicle whose occupants had committed a crime.

Tekeste suffered injuries that left him unable…

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Marlene had been taken for a night out in the city by her daughter. As they were trying to leave the car park afterwards, Marlene suffered a serious fall and fractured both of her ankles. She and her husband were unsure if they should worry about trying to get compensation at first, but their costs started to really add up. After speaking with two large firms they felt overwhelmed…

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Shuling came to Australia on a tourist visa, to help her daughter and son-in-law to look after their child. On the day of incident, she was walking to pick up her grandchild from primary school.

As a naturally cautious person, she always watched where she was stepping, so she looked down as she stepped off a kerb. When she looked up, a Labrador had appeared out of nowhere and…

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It was a rainy day. Diana was walking into a shopping centre when she had a fall.

There was an entrance mat but it was sitting in a pool of water due to the volume of people going in with a large amount of water on their clothing, umbrellas, trolleys and prams, that is falling on the ground at the entrance.

Diana had stepped off the mat when she slipped on…

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Karina was employed as an activities coordinator.  Her employer thought because she was young, fit and healthy they could ask her to do a task outside of her normal job description without training or sufficient instructions. Unfortunately whilst doing this task Katrina suffered an injury. Her injury was caused by her employer not instructing her properly on what they considered to be an easy job. We felt the employer…

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In the evening of New Years Eve 2005, Lee was driving with his wife Karen and their eight year old daughter when a car failed to give way entering a roundabout and crashed into their vehicle. Lee’s vehicle rolled onto its side and Karen died tragically at the scene of the accident. Lee suffered both physical and psychiatric injuries.

A British national, Lee returned to England with his two children…

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