Area of expertise
- Workers Compensation
- Work Injury Damages
- Common Law
Partner LLB, BSc, Grad Dip Leg Prac, Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury
phone +61 2 9234 4666
Bradley specialises in workers compensation and common law work injury damages issues.
He advises several national insurers and self-insurers on a wide range of workers compensation and common law negligence claims. In addition, Bradley manages the litigation of claims from the pre-dispute stage through to contested hearings in the Workers Compensation Commission and all New South Wales courts.
Bradley has acted in significant cases including Ashmore Constructions ats Morris Ashley (successful defence of a significant chemical exposure claim) and Mercantile Mutual Insurance v Murray & Anor (successful appeal in NSW Court of Appeal upholding a client’s privilege over investigation report).
He successfully defended a significant chemical exposure claim which involved an employers’ liability for multiple chemical sensitivity injuries. The outcome had implications across numerous industries.
Bradley advised and acted for both a major international hotels group and a leading financial institution in numerous injury management issues. This included early stage involvement to ensure best outcomes in disputes on Chapter 3 of the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 (NSW).
Bradley is regarded by his clients as a ‘confident and pragmatic litigator’ with ‘excellent advocacy skills’. In keeping with his client focus, he continues to provide education and training to claims staff on significant developments in the application of relevant legislation.
He is a Law Society of NSW Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury.
June 29, 2016
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March 13, 2020
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