Doyle’s Guide 2020 Insurance Rankings

Media Release

Moray & Agnew is pleased to announce that 50 of our Partners and Special Counsel have been recognised in the recently released 2020 Doyle’s Guide for insurance.

Our lawyers were ranked as Preeminent, Leading and Recommended Lawyers under six areas for insurance being CTP, Dust Diseases, Medical Negligence & Malpractice, Professional Indemnity, Public and Product Liability and Workers Compensation.

For these practice areas, our firm was ranked in the following tiers:

  • First tier
    • CTP in Western Australia, Queensland
    • Professional Indemnity in New South Wales, Victoria
    • Public & Product Liability in in New South Wales, Victoria
    • Workers Compensation in New South Wales
  • Second tier
    • Workers Compensation in Western Australia, Queensland
    • Public & Product Liability in Queensland
    • Medical Negligence & Malpractice in New South Wales, Queensland
  • Third tier
    • Medical Negligence & Malpractice in Western Australia
    • Professional indemnity in Western Australia, Queensland
    • Workers Compensation in Victoria
  • Leading
    • Dust Diseases in New South Wales, Victoria
  • Recommended
    • Medical Negligence & Malpractice in Western Australia, Victoria
    • Dust Diseases in Western Australia, Queensland

Firm rankings for the Australian Capital Territory and CTP in NSW have not been released as yet.

Special mention to Peter Tredinnick, Partner in our Sydney office, who was listed as a Market Leader in Professional Indemnity for NSW.

On behalf of the firm, congratulations to the following:

In Sydney and Newcastle:

In Melbourne:

In Brisbane:

In Canberra:

In Perth:


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