Insurance Disputes with Help from Our Lawyers

Insurance liability claims and other disputes often arise because one party to a contract fails to keep a promise. These disputes are a form of a contractual dispute and at its heart sits the insurance policy and schedule to it. Insurance contracts have distinctive features since they are governed by principles of utmost good faith, duties as to disclosure, misrepresentation, insurable interests, indemnity, subrogation and contribution. The Insurance Contracts Act 1984 (Cth) in certain cases provides the regulatory framework and as such may need to be consulted.

Our Principal Solicitor has since 2002 helped many client make better decisions in the face of insurance disputes about matters that often concern questions about indemnity. He is familiar with the internal and external dispute resolution processes of some of the major insurers and has acted in contested hearings in the Local, District, and Supreme Court.

Litigant is committed to handling your insurance dispute with competence and trust whilst all the while remaining accessible to you as our client. With more than 10 years’ worth of experience in providing litigants with legal advice and services on bringing and defending insurance claims our Sydney lawyers should be able to answer most of your questions and help you vindicate your legal rights.

See an Insurance Lawyer to Help You:-

  • understand the meaning and content of your insurance policy (and the schedule to it) as it applies to your case.
  • gather and persuasively present the facts that speak to the legal issues
  • obtain expert reports on technical issues and questions
  • effectively plead the case for indemnity to be extended/denied as appropriate
  • handle your general insurance claim e.g. property, flood, theft etc.
  • pursue your liability insurance claim e.g. professional liability (excluding personal injury)
  • obtain the relief that you are entitled to.

* This content does not purport to give legal advice. Readers must obtain their own legal advice, that applies to the particular circumstances of their case, before taking any action at all.