Monique is a solicitor in our Injury Compensation Department, working alongside Partner, Joe Bonura, and Senior Associate, Tess Danjoux.
Since joining Marsdens, Monique has gained a broad range of experience across all areas of Personal Injury Litigation, including Motor Vehicle Accidents, Occupiers Liability, Medical Negligence, Common Law claims, Workers Compensation and Victims Compensation matters.
Monique graduated from the University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts, with Distinction. Monique’s Bachelor of Arts degree included a focus on Archaeological Science and Ancient History, with a minor in Modern History.
Monique is from the Liverpool area and has grown up with a strong sense of community and compassion for others. She has been involved with charitable organisations, fundraisers and has completed legal internships within her local area. For the past 7 years, Monique has worked within the Camden and Macarthur regions, which has solidified her desire to serve and assist her local community.
Monique is empathetic, welcoming and attentive. She understands the importance of maintaining client communication, and promoting a safe space for clients to share their legal concerns and issues. As such, Monique makes it her mission to integrate compassion and care into the work she produces for our clients.
When Monique is not at work, you can find her spending time with her family and friends, cooking, painting and walking her border collie, Frank.
Testimonial: May 2022
“Thank you Tess, Monique and your team for all your guidance and support. You helped me understand a process I had never experienced before. Your professionalism mixed with empathy for myself, made the process less traumatic. I appreciate your efficiency to have things in place, so we could proceed as soon as needed. Everything went smoothly and finalised quickly. I was very pleased with the outcome and grateful to be able to focus on my recuperation. I could not speak more highly of your team and would recommend Marsden." - Margaret