We are immensely proud and excited to announce the appointment of Christine Mercer to the role of Queensland State & Legal Manager at Lex Medicus.
Christine is Lex Medicus’ trusted legal evidence advisor for our medico-legal experts and Quality Assurance team and will be guiding our business development in Queensland.
Christine has worked in law for nearly the entirety of her life and has spent two decades of this time working in the personal injury sector alone as a successful solicitor specialising in medical negligence. Christine’s vast experience in the personal injury claim industry in both Australia and the UK plays a critical role in maximising the depth and impact of the Lex Medicus’ teams’ understanding, of both – the legal context of the cases we are involved in, as well as the efficacy in which we approach our reports and services.
True to her previous occupation as a personal injury solicitor; Christine is driven by her passion for helping people and her love of the law. As a quiet observer and an enthusiastic collaborator, Christine combines her extremely adaptable skillset and immense knowledge of the medico-legal industry to educate and motivate those around her to ensure her team’s success.
Now turning her focus to Queensland; Christine is focused on identifying and executing opportunities to solve law firms’ medico-legal needs, drive business impact, and build our expansion into Queensland. Christine is passionate about showing Queensland lawyers the high-quality calibre of reports and services Lex Medicus has to offer them.
This is an exciting chapter for Lex Medicus and we cannot think of anyone more fitting for the role. Stay tuned!
Christine’s favourite quote is one for the current times we are all finding ourselves living in:
“Life is amazing. And then it’s awful. And then it’s amazing again. And in between the amazing and the awful, it’s ordinary and mundane and routine. Breathe in the amazing. Hold on through the awful. And relax and exhale during the ordinary. That’s just living, heartbreaking, soul-healing, amazing, awful, ordinary life. And it’s breathtakingly beautiful.”