Biography

Tim joined BPC in March 2011. He was made an Associate in December 2016.

Tim holds a Diploma in Law from the LPAB/LEC of the University of Sydney and was admitted to the New South Wales Supreme Court in April 2011 and then to the High Court of Australia in August 2011. He completed his Masters of Law in 2013.

Tim came to BPC Lawyers with a number of years experience as a paralegal in various litigation based areas including Police (Civil Proceedings), insurance, personal injury, product liability and general Appellate and Court related work. Tim continues to work in the area of personal injury, specialising in serious work related claims. Tim often appears in the District and Supreme Court of New South Wales.

Expertise

His particular areas of expertise include:

Career History

  • BPC, since March 2011
  • McCabe Terrill Lawyers, 2005—2010

Professional Qualifications

  • Masters of Law, University of Sydney, 2013
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, College of Law, 2011
  • Diploma in Law, LPAB, 2010
  • Advanced Diploma in Conveyancing (winner of the Stuart Australia Prize for Academic Excellence), 2006

If you think you have a claim that you would like Tim to handle, please call us on 02 8280 6900 or contact us online.

Industry Awards

  • Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) – New South Wales, 2019; and
  • Recommended Work Injury Compensation Lawyers (Plaintiff) – New South Wales, 2018.

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How Tim Can Help You

Personal Injury Lawyer (NSW)

Road Accidents

If you have been injured in a road accident, either as a driver/rider, passenger or pedestrian it’s likely that you will be entitled to compensation.

Work Accidents

If you have been injured at work, on your way to or from work, you may be entitled to compensation.

Public Accidents

If you have been injured in a public place (shopping centre, hotel, gym etc) because of the negligence of the owner it’s likely that you will be able to make a claim.

Medical Negligence

We can help you seek compensation if you have suffered injury as a result of a medical opinion or procedure that was or went wrong. Very strict time limits apply in these matters.

Superannuation Claims

If injured at work, you may also be able to make a claim through your superannuation account.

Product Liability

If you suffer an injury as a result of some goods or products which you feel may have been the fault of the manufacturer or distributor, you may be entitled to compensation.

Articles by Tim

Compensation Claims When a Loved One Dies Due to a Workplace Injury

Before the advent of the concept of workers’ compensation, a family could be pitched into poverty and ruin if the main breadwinner was killed while at work. This was, unfortunately, a common occurrence in the days before ‘office work’, when most labour was more physical and more dangerous. These days, thankfully, the loved ones of… Read More »Compensation Claims When a Loved One Dies Due to a Workplace Injury

How does my Whole Person Impairment impact on my workers’ compensation rights?

The NSW workers’ compensation scheme provides a tiered system of compensation; the more serious your injury, the longer your entitlement to compensation. In assessing the severity of your injury, the scheme utilises an objective set of principles, known as the “American Medical Association Guidelines for Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 5th Edition” (AMA5) complemented by a… Read More »How does my Whole Person Impairment impact on my workers’ compensation rights?

What Happens if I’m Injured While Working from Home?

When COVID-19 entered Australia and social restrictions became the norm, it forced many New South Wales employees to work from home. It is likely that once the immediate threat posed by the pandemic finally passes, many people will continue to work remotely into the future. This growing trend reinvigorates the question of whether a person… Read More »What Happens if I’m Injured While Working from Home?