Lysa Jamieson – Senior Associate
T: 07 5555 0000
E: [email protected]
Lysa was admitted as a solicitor in 2011 after working as a paralegal from 2004.
Lysa has worked in the area of Insurance Law since 2004 having acted for major Australian Insurers and managed the Insurance for a major Australian Local Government.
Prior to commencing employment with a legal firm in 2004, Lysa was employed by two leading Australian insurers where she gained invaluable experience in the inner workings of insurance companies.
Lysa acts for both claimants and respondents in property damage, and personal injury claims across all statutory regimes in Queensland including the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003, the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002 and the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994. Lysa provides advice to defendants on all aspects of insurance litigation including compliance, indemnity, liability, quantum and third-party contribution.
Lysa can also assist clients with claims on temporary and permanent disablement claims on superannuation policies.
Lysa is experienced with both pre-litigation and litigated matters and holds a Master of Laws (Applied Law) majoring in Commercial Litigation. Lysa also won the prize for the best graduating student in the Commercial Litigation stream.
Advising employers about liability and quantum issues in the area of Workers Compensation.
Acting for insurers and employers in complex matters involving multiple tortfeasors where the circumstances five rise to claims under more than one legislative scheme such as in the case of labour hire employees working for a host employers involved in a work accident.
Advising self insureds about liability and quantum issues under the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002.
Drafting advice in relation to liability and quantum issues, indemnity and compliance, statutory interpretation, interaction of competing statutory personal injury regimes and issues of disclosure and privilege.
Representing clients at compulsory conferences and mediations under the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003, the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002 and the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994.
Applications to the Insurance Ombudsman.
Advising on particular issues in relation to revetment walls and stormwater pipes in canal developments.
Successfully represented clients in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal in Queensland.
Successfully represented claimants in obtaining settlements in excess of $1 million.
Admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2011.
Admitted as a Solicitor to the High Court of Australia in 2014.
Diploma of Law from NSW LPAB
Masters of Law (Applied Law)
Member of the Queensland Law Association
Member of the Gold Coast District Law Association
Member of the Australian Insurance Law Association
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