February 20, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Sally Gleeson, Turner Freeman

Doyles Guide
(02) 8222 3333(02) 8222 3333
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Sally specialises in medical negligence litigation and traumatic motor accident claims. Sally has a particular sub-specialty in brain injury claims and assisting families in circumstances where their loved ones have been affected by an acquired brain injury in a medical setting.


Sally is based at our Sydney office and represents clients nationally. She can see clients in any Turner Freeman office by appointment.

Sally was admitted to practice as a solicitor in 1999. She joined Turner Freeman in 2011. She became a partner in 2012.

Sally has now successfully completed claims for many hundreds of clients who have been injured due to the actions of a medical professional or due to a road accident. She has a strong commitment and particular expertise in representing people who have suffered major and catastrophic injuries that will affect them for the remainder of their lives.

Sally has more than fifteen years experience in medical negligence cases. She has developed a high level of expertise in her chosen area of the law and has experienced considerable success on behalf of her clients.

Medical negligence litigation is some of the most difficult and complex personal injury litigation and requires a person determined to fight hard for their client. Sally is that person.

Sally has a close working relationship with specialist medical experts. Such relationships are essential when conducting medical negligence and catastrophic injury litigation.

Sally is regularly requested to speak on particular areas of law within the medical negligence area by groups of doctors and other health care professionals. This is in obvious recognition of her specialist skills in the area.

Sally is retained by Synapse, a national organisation that assists those with an acquired brain injury and their affiliated entity,

Brain Injury Association of NSW. Brain injury at all levels is significant and life changing. Particular personal and legal skills are required in order to assist brain injured litigants as the work involved is much more than just legal work but goes essentially to improving services and quality of life available to people who have suffered brain injury.

“I pride myself on providing expert legal services with compassion and humanity for those who are suffering most”.


  • BA, LLB – University of NSW

Memberships Sally is a member of:

  • Australian Lawyers Alliance
  • Law Society of NSW