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Marcia Waters

Senior Lawyer

Marcia Waters

Senior Lawyer

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mwaters@tgb.com.au

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Marcia Waters has worked tirelessly to uphold the rights of people injured in accidents and collisions, in a professional career spanning more than two decades with TGB.

Marcia is a senior lawyer and former Partner in the firm, and a strong believer in its principle of approaching every person and every case with the utmost care and concern.

In providing specialised advice on injury claims, Marcia is always mindful that the future of her clients and their families depends on her work.

With a winning combination of experience and empathy, Marcia goes to great lengths to put her clients at ease. She aims to remove their worries about dealing with insurance companies, so they can focus on recovering from their injury.

In her desire to lessen the stress for people she represents, Marcia makes herself available to answer all questions – no matter how small. She believes that clarifying the legal process every step of the way plays a big part in managing a claim to a successful and satisfying outcome.

For Marcia, the most rewarding aspect of her professional life is her ability to assist people who are desperately worried.

She helps them to find solutions to those pressing questions about who will pay their medical bills, lost wages and other damages resulting from their injuries.

Showing a dedication to her clients, Marcia uses her talents to provide a clear explanation of their legal rights, before going on to champion those rights at the settlement table or in the courtroom.

Marcia Waters

Senior Lawyer

My Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts – University of Adelaide
  • Admitted to practice 1987

My Areas of Expertise

  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injury
  • Public Liability

My Professional Interests

  • Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Leading Motor Vehicle Accident Injury and Compensation Lawyer 2015, Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession