INSIGHTS: Meridian excels in this year’s Doyle’s Guide 2017

November 20, 2017

This year’s Doyle’s Guide listings acknowledge Meridian as a stand out performer. Impressively, every one of our insurance Principals in the Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne offices was recognised as best in class for their expertise and ability in the areas of Public Liability, Professional Indemnity and, Medical Negligence and Malpractice.

In NSW, Meridian was named as a top ranking insurance firm when taking into account all insurance areas. A special mention goes to Robert Crittenden and Andrew Saxton who classified as the ‘preeminent’ lawyers in Public & Product Liability and Medical Negligence & Malpractice categories. As such they have been placed as the top lawyers in NSW in casualty and medical negligence respectively.

In Victoria, Meridian was listed as a leading law firm in the areas of Medical Negligence & Malpractice, and Public & Product Liability. In the former category, Kellie Dell’Oro was classified as a leading lawyer and Robert Minc was recommended. In the latter, both Robert Minc and David Randazzo were named as recommended lawyers.

Further congratulations to Dennis Cronin who was recognised last month for his expertise in professional indemnity in Queensland. Across the firm, those recognised include: Nevena Brown, Julie Somerville, Robert Crittenden, Andrew Saxton, Marianne Nicolle, Catherine Osborne, Paul Baker, Robert Minc, David Randazzo and Kellie Dell’Oro.

As a law firm, we were also recognised as one of the leading medical negligence and professional indemnity legal practices across Australia. In an incredibly competitive landscape, we are thrilled by this acknowledgement that Meridian Lawyers is continuing to establish itself as a leading Australian insurance law firm.