Scott is a senior associate in our Insurance & Health team and is based in the Melbourne office.
‘As a firm, BN appealed to me due to its client centred approach to the law and willingness to innovate to improve services to clients.’
Scott acts for insurers, professionals, government departments and agencies, health practitioners, and health service providers. His areas of specialty include:
- Professional indemnity
- Management liability
- Public and product liability (including property)
Scott has wide experience in general liability claims having defended multiple property damage and personal injury liability claims across a variety of industries. He also regularly advises on policy coverage and policy wording issues.
In addition, Scott has acted in numerous medical negligence claims against health care providers, hospitals and health practitioners. He has acted for and defended a variety of medical and health industry professionals including medical practitioners, dentists, physiotherapists, urologists, radiologists and a range of allied health professionals.
‘I enjoy working closely with my clients to understand their business objectives and expectations. This allows me to provide results driven advice which is commercially minded and technically sharp, which in turn will achieve my clients expected results.’
Scott has extensive advocacy experience having appeared in most courts and tribunals. His experience extends to appearing and advising on coronial investigations and inquests.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business. He is undertaking his Masters of Law and currently completing a minor thesis on medical practitioners’ duty of confidentiality. Scott is a committee member of Vic Claims Discussion Group and a member of the Young Insurance Professionals (YIPs), Australian Professional Indemnity Group (APIG) and Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA).
Risk Management Tips – Experien case studies
28 Aug 2019
Risk Management Tips - Experien case studies
22 Jul 2019
The Federal Court dismissed a claim for indemnity under a property damage insuring clause as the claim was with respect to defective works rather than ‘property damage’
14 May 2019