Meet the Team
Brock heads the firm’s Commercial and Property Division. Brock has a particular interest and expertise in Corporate Insolvency, Commercial Leasing, Pharmaceutical Purchases, Structures and Industry matters, Industrial Workplace Law, Commercial Litigation and Mortgages. Brock was previously the chairman of the Racing Disciplinary Board and Racing Appeals Tribunal.
Jamie has advised insurers in litigation since his admission as a solicitor in September 1988. He practices in CTP insurance litigation and general insurance claims.
Jamie has a particular interest and expertise in loss of future earning capacity, and was involved in the High Court decision of Husher v Husher that settled the law concerning partnership matters as they relate to loss of future earning capacity.
He regularly provides training and educational seminars to the insurance industry on diverse topics, including assessment of damages for wrongful death, nervous shock claims, and the interpretation of common insurance policy terms, such as the insured’s obligation to take reasonable care.
He holds a Graduate Diploma in Insurance from Deakin University, and is currently undertaking his Master of Laws at the University of Queensland, where he is also a part time tutor in law.
Jamie is a surf lifesaver and patrolling member of the Bilinga SLSC.
Rachael was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in December 1987. She is a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand Institute of Insurance & Finance and practices exclusively in the area of insurance litigation.
Rachael has acted both for statutory and general insurers and for national companies that are self insured or have significant retentions. In addition to managing conduct of claims and litigation, she assists her clients with general advice and in-house training in response to legislative change and industry issues.
She is also a Queensland Law Society Accredited Personal Injury Specialist and is currently a member of the Litigation Rules Committee, Accident Compensation and Tort Law Committee and the Compulsory Professional Development Committee. She has particular expertise in and regularly advises on indemnity and liability issues and catastrophic claims.
Justin practices in CTP insurance litigation, professional indemnity insurance litigation and general insurance public liability claims. He has a particular expertise in claims involving fraud as well as major/catastrophic claims.
Justin is part of an in-house focus group for a particular CTP insurer to assist with training and planning to assess quantum and reserves on files. Part of this role involves forward planning of file management, educating clients on conference techniques and keeping them up to date on the law and changes in the law.
Tim practices in professional indemnity matters, insurance litigation, public liability litigation and medical negligence insurance claims. Tim has particular expertise in insurance claims and he also has a post graduate qualification in insurance law. Tim acts on behalf of several medical defence organisations representing the interests of medical practitioners and surgeons throughout Queensland.
Nicole practices in general insurance, both CTP and Public Liability Claims, professional indemnity insurance, medical negligence and commercial litigation. Nicole has experience dealing with major claims, liability disputes and investigating fraudulent claims. One such fraudulent claim was successfully referred for prosecution by the Motor Accident Insurance Commission. Nicole delivers in-house training sessions for other members of the firm and insurer clients.
Kerri has practised within the insurance division of the firm since 2007. She has experience in managing CTP, public liability and medical negligence claims. Kerri has managed litigated claims through to judgment, some of which involved complex liability and fraud issues.