DWF (Australia)’s national Insurance Practice offers clients a complete legal solution and covers the areas of:
We provide both:
We manage all manner of claims from the simplest slip/trip and falls and small property claims through to large scale natural disasters, catastrophic injuries and professional negligence allegations as well as high value, multi-party, complex and commercially sensitive claims.
Our review of claims covers the areas of:
Our approach focuses on providing technically excellent legal advice aimed at securing the best possible settlement at the right time. It is our job to safely manage your risk – we partner with our clients to provide superior claims outcome both in terms of claim costs and shorter claim durations
To find out more about our Insurance work, please contact our Head of Insurance Damien van Brunschot.
DWF, DWF Risk and Resile have brought together some of their most experienced workplace health risk specialists to form an advisory panel, and assist you to manage the safe and productive return to the workplace post COVID-19 shutdown.
In readiness for DWF's inaugural Virtual Cat PI and Occupational Health Insurance Conference 2020 on 18-21 May 2020, Damien van Brunschot discusses the current casualty issues and market trends in Australia.
Global legal business DWF is pleased to announce that 18 of its Australian lawyers have been short-listed for 2021 Best Lawyers which recognises legal practitioners around the world for leadership in their specific area of practice.
In the wake of the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic, employers across Australia and the world are navigating an ever changing landscape of issues for their businesses. From a workers' compensation perspective, employers should be alive to the risks that flow from employees contracting the virus.