I'm Writing to you in regards to the professional manner shown by your team, one in particular that both Cindy and I consider being of a high standard while dealing with my recent workers compensation , and if there is a performance award that Kells have in place for high performers the award should be presented to Natalee for her continual guidance and care in ensuring the best possible outcome in my claim.
This young lady is proficient in all forms of her employ, leaving no stone unturned whilst dealing with my matter, we are certain that Natalee is a valued team member and will continue to shine as an example to others within your team.
- Brad McDonell - (Feb, 2018)
Natalee completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction at the University of Wollongong. She commenced employment with Kells in 2013 as a cadet.
Natalee is passionate about Personal Injury Law and works in our litigation team. Natalee understands that suffering injury is a traumatic experience and will manage your case with integrity and compassion.
Natalee has particular interest in the areas of Workers Compensation and Medical Negligence. She also enjoys assisting clients in recovering damages from Motor Vehicle Accidents, Slip and Fall injuries, and any other claims of negligence.
During her studies she was President, Vice-President, and Treasurer of the University of Wollongong Chapter of the Golden Key International Honours Society, membership is available to students with a distinction average in their studies. She also studied international law in Copenhagen, Denmark.
In 2015 she volunteered in rural southern India assisting to teach young children English and set up a social business with the 40K organisation. Their aim was to provide employment and training opportunities to disadvantaged women which would otherwise be unavailable to them. In 2016 Natalee volunteered at an Elephant Sanctuary in Northern Thailand where she helped maintain the elephants and educate tourists about the plights facing these rescued or orphaned animals.
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