Moray & Agnew adds personal injury team to Sydney office

Firm says the move adds depth to their workers’ compensation practice in NSW

Moray & Agnew adds personal injury team to Sydney office
Christopher Michael

Moray & Agnew has announced the addition of Christopher Michael and his team at EMP|Lawyers to its workers’ compensation group in Sydney.

Michael and his team specialise in insurance and personal injury law, including all advisory, compliance, claims and litigation needs across the personal injuries spectrum

Joining the firm as partner, Michael is recognised as an industry leader in this highly specialised field and is one of the inaugural personal injury accredited specialists in New South Wales.

“Chris’s team brings added depth to our workers’ compensation practice in NSW following on from our recent success in gaining reappointment to the icare panel,” said Geoff Connellan, national managing partner at Moray & Agnew. “The values possessed by Chris and his team together with his expertise made his joining Moray & Agnew a strong strategic move.”

“Workers compensation is a complex area of law,” said Michael. “We wanted to work with like-minded lawyers and clients, so Moray & Agnew is a natural fit for us. Our clients will benefit from the huge experience and expertise of the Moray & Agnew team whilst continuing to enjoy the same personalised service we have provided for many years.”

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