Danielle Natoli Danielle Natoli

Danielle Natoli

Senior Associate Personal Services | Brisbane
07 3231 0651 dnatoli@mcw.com.au Download vCard

Danielle is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Personal Services team.  She has extensive experience in compensation litigation and dispute resolution.  The focus of her practice is representing claimants injured as a result of medical services and medical incidents.  Danielle is passionate about her work and dedicated to achieving the best outcome for her client.

Recommended Medical Negligence Compensation Lawyer
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Danielle's Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Chemistry), Queensland University of Technology
  • Bachelor of Laws, Queensland University of Technology
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Queensland University of Technology
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia

Danielle's Expertise

  • Compensation Law
  • Insurance 

Danielle's Leadership

  • Queensland Law Society
  • Women in Insurance
  • Australian Insurance Law Association

Danielle's recent publications

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  1. Casino not negligent for night shift worker ‘falling asleep’ at the wheel

    11 Aug 2014

    In Fraser v Burswood Resort (Management) Ltd [2014] WASCA 130 the Western Australian Court of Appeal was asked to consider whether a casino was liable for is employee ‘falling asleep’ at the wheel after a night shift. At first instance, the...

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  2. Residential care providers to be impacted by dementia payment cut

    01 Jul 2014

    The initial estimates of how many people would qualify for the supplement and therefore the total cost of the payment were grossly underestimated. The original estimate was 2,000 qualifying residents at a cost of $11.7 million. As of March 2014, there...

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  3. Call for aged care accreditation review following respite stay death in nursing home

    27 Jun 2014

    Beryl Watson was placed in respite care in a Bupa nursing home in Kempsey, New South Wales (NSW), by her husband for three weeks while he was admitted to hospital for an operation. When Mr Watson collected his wife, she had weeping bed sores over her back...

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