Looking for Professional Negligence Lawyers in Sydney?
Bryan McMahon is the Principal Lawyer in our professional negligence department.
He has acted as a professional negligence lawyer and handled negligence matters since the firm’s inception in 1986. We act for plaintiffs and defendants; claimants and insurers.
Bryan McMahon is on the New South Wales Law Society referral panel for professional negligence cases.
Why Choose McMahons Lawyers
We act in relation to professional negligence matters involving: accountants, engineers, financial planners, insurance brokers, lawyers, medical practitioners, surveyors, valuers and virtually any type of professional service.
To put it simply, if you feel that the qualified and experienced professional you hired and relied upon to provide a service for you has neglected to do their job, we may be able to help you find a resolution.
The negligence lawyers at our Sydney office will listen carefully to the details of your experience, take the time to understand what your goals are in your matter, and develop a plan to put you back in the position you were in before you were let down by the professionals.
A Track Record Of Delivering Results in Professional Negligence
Because of our insurance law expertise, we are particularly well suited to acting in matters where insurance cover has been denied to a professional. In such cases, we are able not only to act for the defendant professional but to endeavour to resolve his or her insurance law dispute.
For example, in a recent case, we acted for an accountant whose professional indemnity insurance had been denied by his insurer. We were able to negotiate a settlement whereby the insurer agreed to fund the accountant’s defence and to provide partial coverage of the claim.
The case proceeded to finality and we were successful. Many professions require a certain level of insurance as a prerequisite for professional registration; if you are attempting to get coverage and believe you are being unfairly denied a policy, we may be able to assist.