Meet Trent Johnson

Director | Compensation Law
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Trent Johnson

Director
Compensation Law

Trent Johnson is a member of the Compensation Law Team and a Director of Bennett & Philp Lawyers.

Having previously worked in top-tier personal injuries firms for over 13 years, Trent has built an enviable reputation within the law fraternity and is known for his claims expertise.

With a background as a former registered nurse, Trent understands how stressful a personal injuries claim can be and applies his extensive knowledge to help make the claims process as easy as possible for his clients.

Trent has held a number of high-profile committee positions with community organisations associated with personal injury law. Currently, he serves on the Queensland Law Society’s, Accident Compensation/Tort Law Committee and is a member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance and the Queensland Law Society.

Accredited Specialist Personal Injuries

Trent is an accredited Queensland Law Society Personal Injuries Specialist.

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Experienced, assuring, trusted.

Trent has built an enviable reputation within the law fraternity and is known for his claims expertise.
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Work related injuries
  • Sexual (including institutional) abuse
  • Mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases
  • Latent onset illness claims
  • Public liability
  • Social justice claims.

Milestones

Qualifications
Bachelor of Laws | Queensland University of Technology
Bachelor of Nursing | Queensland University of Technology
Accredited Specialist Personal Injuries | Queensland Law Society
Memberships
Queensland Law Society
Queensland Law Society Accident Compensation/Tort Law Committee
Australian Lawyers Alliance
Admissions
2004 Supreme Court of Queensland
2011 High Court of Australia

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Publications by Trent Johnson

01 March 2019 News & Media

Nowhere To Hide For Organisations Avoiding Child Sex Abuse Redress Scheme

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14 February 2019 News & Media / Publications

Can Front Line Emergency Workers Sue for Trauma Compensation for the Horrors They See?

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25 January 2019 News & Media

Tougher Security Now Crucial At Hospitals

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