Genna Angelowitsch is a Special Counsel at Adviceline Injury Lawyers and is an LIV accredited specialist in personal injury litigation.
In 2020 Genna assumed leadership of the TAC division at Adviceline, dedicating her practice to assisting injured Victorians achieve their proper entitlements from the Transport Accident Commission.
Genna also has significant experience with work-related injuries, medical negligence claims, coronial inquests, and public place injury claims.
Genna has worked in personal injury law since 2006, having worked for both solicitors and barristers while studying at university. This experience working with both types of legal representation lent unique insights into the skills required to operate as an efficient and diligent practitioner.
Genna is committed to the settlement of matters without resorting to litigation, particularly in her TAC practice where she works alongside the TAC to expedite serious injury claims. Where necessary, Genna will leverage her experience and strong understanding of legal process to pursue an action through the Courts.
Understanding that suffering an injury can be a traumatic time for both the victim and their loved ones, Genna aims to tell an injured person’s story with clarity and compassion.
Genna has been involved in numerous personal injury litigation settlements, including:
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