Our clients have come to know and rely on our ability to achieve successful outcomes for them. Whether it is defending attempts to close client’s businesses down, or restrict their ability to operate, winning fair work claims brought against them, or recovering significant sums running to hundreds of thousands of dollars at a time, and millions of dollars over the years, or reducing client’s liabilities accordingly, KJK Legal achieves results.
Adelaide based KJK Legal represents the coming together in one employer focused firm of over 100 years of industry leading experience in the complex fields of workers compensation, employment relations and workplace health and safety law. KJK Legal has also developed a niche practice advising the heavy vehicle haulage industry in relation to its legislative compliance obligations.
Relationships are Important
KJK have developed high level relationships with key clients in many of Australia’s largest industry sectors. This includes representing the three largest wine producers operating in Australia, billion dollar international and national agri-businesses and food processing/manufacturing companies, and many NFP aged care and disability service organisations. The firm also represents a number of Australia’s largest retail businesses. These organisations’ trust us with their legal work, allowing us to punch well above our weight when it comes to the legal services industry.
Partnering with South Australian employers in relation to all aspects of workers compensation and employment law in particular, KJK Legal aim to provide practical and cost effective outcomes for our clients, their claims managers, human resources and work health and safety managers, and insurers.
A Collaborative Approach
The firm takes an overarching approach to its relationship with its clients, believing that to become trusted advisers to industry there is a need to focus on providing practical advice to employers regarding their preventative risk management strategies and compliance with their legal obligations, just as much as with their response to legal action brought against them.