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Ryan Moran

Ryan was admitted as an Australian lawyer in 2021, having graduated from Monash University with double degrees in law and commerce. Ryan completed his Practical Legal Training with the College of Law in 2020 and is a member of the Golden Key Honours Society for high achieving university students.

Ryan joined our firm in 2013 as a mail clerk, whilst studying part-time, and expressed an eagerness to broaden his experience in legal practice. In 2014 Ryan moved into a Paralegal position with his mentor Jessica King, and it was in this role that showed Ryan the difference a personal injury lawyer can make to a person at one of the most difficult times of their life.

This experience sparked a keen interest in personal injury and tort claims and he elected to accelerate his studies of these areas of the law. After finishing university, in 2019, Ryan commenced his legal traineeship with the firm before qualifying for admission as a lawyer.

Owing to his time at the firm, Ryan has a depth and breadth of experience in personal injury law and independently manages files across many of our practice areas including WorkCover, TAC, public liability and superannuation claims. His goal is always to achieve the best outcome for our clients, not just by listening to their story, but hearing what they have to say, and acting in a way that honours his ethics, the law and the best interests of that individual.

Ryan is a car nut and in his spare time, you might find him restoring his 1970 Dodge Phoenix or enjoying a road trip to the country.

Legal Career History

Mar 2021 – Present
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Lawyer

Mar 2020 – Mar 2021
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Trainee Lawyer

Oct 2018 – Mar 2020
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Senior Paralegal

Oct 2016 – Oct 2018
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Paralegal

Feb 2014 – Nov 2016
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Legal Assistant

Feb 2013 – Feb 2014
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Office Services Clerk

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Success Stories

Trevor suffered a serious injury to his right hand at home. He came to our office after seeing two other personal injury solicitors who told Trevor he had no claim. We disagreed and won Trevor a settlement sum of $160,000.

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Before his accident, Bruce was a fit and active 80 year old, who enjoyed walking and travelling to South-East Asia with his wife.

That all changed when he was shopping at his local supermarket, when he slipped and fell on a puddle of water in the fruit and vegetable area.

The supermarket staff failed to clean the spill and there were no signs warning Bruce of the hazard. Bruce suffered multiple…

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John was attending to a local shopping centre, and was entering through the main doors, which are your typical side opening large glass doors used these days.  Unknown to him was that right behind the glass doors was a mat, a truly worn out mat that had raised edges all over the place. John was looking into the centre and did not notice the raised edges until after he…

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Carolyn is a lovely person, who was in excellent health, enjoying her retirement years with her husband when hit as a pedestrian by a car. She made a relatively good recovery but was left with serious physical consequences that we could see warranted a TAC serious injury certificate and compensation. We were fortunate to achieve such for Carolyn without the need for any litigation.

Carolyn now writes to us…

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Tracey was driving to work one day when a parked car suddenly pulled out in front of him, striking his vehicle.

After exchanging information, Tracey carried on, went to work and continued about his day.

After the initial shock from the accident wore off, Tracey began experiencing immense back and bilateral shoulder pain.

Despite making every effort he could to remain working, the injuries were just too much and Tracey had to…

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Laura sought our advice after suffering a nasty neck and shoulder injury at work. As a result of her injury she will not be able to return to work in her chosen profession, working as an early childhood educator. To Laura’s credit and after considerable treatment and rehabilitation she is now investigating some re training for a new profession that will accommodate her permanent restrictions.

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