Insurance Law

Our legal experts provide comprehensive advice on a wide range of insurance issues including indemnity and coverage concerns, allegations of fraudulent behaviour, insurance related recoveries, and defended claims work.

We picked the most highly specialised and talented lawyers.

Our experience and qualified insurance team are well versed in a wide range of insurance matters including litigation and dispute resolution. At Chamberlains we pride ourselves in hiring the best people in the area to look after your matters.

Our focus is commitment to providing outstanding service and advice to our clients while keeping costs to a minimum and having the clients bests interest at the forefront of our minds.

Our clients are involved every step of the way.  We recognise that an efficient and timely resolution of matters is important for our clients and our team is dedicated to achieving the best result possible in the most expedient timeframe.


Process - what happens next?

Initial case evaluation

After an initial briefing of your matter, we will provide you with a preliminary quote.


We look into all aspects of your matter and suggest the most viable path for you.

Case management

The Chamberlains team will work tirelessly to reach the best possible outcome for you.


Areas of expertise

Our team has carriage of matters on behalf of several of Australia’s largest insurers and brokers. Our experience extends to areas such as:

  • Advising whether the claim falls within the scope of the policy of insurance;
  • Investigation of claims including fraud;
  • Successfully defending litigated matters;
  • Insurance recoveries for subrogated insureds who have suffered damage at the hands of others;
  • Litigation of matters;
  • Expert Evidence; and
  • Enforcement of judgments.

We also run seminars and webinars for our clients on topical issues in insurance, litigation and dispute resolution.

Contact us.

Sydney CBD
Sydney Norwest

P +61 2 9264 9111

Contact Form

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.