Where to find us
The Slater and Gordon Lawyers Wollongong office is located on Market Street in Wollongong, NSW. Our office is located on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible.
Our team at Slater and Gordon Wollongong are proud to support our local community with their legal needs. Our local team specialises in Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Public Liability. And, we also have the backing of a large national firm with lawyers who can assist with other personal injury claims, including Medical Negligence claim, Asbestos and Silicosis claims, and Superannuation and Disability Insurance. Additionally, we also have teams who specialise in Class Actions, Dispute Resolution and Estate Litigation.
Slater and Gordon innovated the No Win, No Fee payment arrangement, and we continue to help our clients in Wollongong on this basis, ensuring you can access expert legal advice, no matter your financial circumstances.
Since 2009, we have provided free social work support services to our personal injury clients in crisis upon referral from a lawyer. Those support services cover a wide range of issues including emotional distress, financial and housing issues, and difficulty accessing care, treatment or support services post-hospital discharge.
Slater and Gordon Wollongong
At Slater and Gordon Wollongong, we feel privileged to have the opportunity to be able to guide our clients through some of the most challenging and emotional times in their lives.
Our friendly team of legal experts are passionate about delivering great results for our clients and helping them to navigate through the legal system. We understand the stress our clients are under in times of injury and hardship, and we do our utmost to try and ease this burden and obtain due compensation for them.
We are proud that our organisation has a long history of working with the union movement and fighting for union members, and we continue to work closely with the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA) and the CFMEU, representing the rights of local workers.