Andrew Gorman


+61 2 8088 1945


Having provided a full range of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) motor vehicle insurance legal services to Australia’s major insurers for over 28 years, Andrew is recognised as a stand-out leader in the field. He is acknowledged by Doyles’ Guide as a preeminent CTP defendant lawyer in NSW.

During his career, Andrew has delivered high-level claims-related advice and management for 12 licensed insurers and has been engaged as a Claims Assessor for the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) for two decades.

Andrew’s extensive insurance expertise has been applied to the development of several scheme initiatives and regulatory frameworks in NSW and other Australian jurisdictions on behalf of underwriters and the Insurance Council of Australia.

Andrew is the practice group leader of Meridian’s CTP team. He is passionate about mentoring junior team members and his mission is to lead and oversee the consistent delivery of exceptional, value-driven claims defence outcomes.

Nov 13, 2023

INSIGHT: Case Note | An error in method alone is not a ‘shaw thing’ on review

Shaw v Insurance Australia Group Limited t/as NRMA Insurance [2023] NSWSC 1273 Introduction In this case, Justice Rothman of the Supreme Court, has identified what is necessary for the President of the Commission (or their delegate) to be satisfied when considering whether a material error has occurred, permitting a review of a medical assessment under […]

Oct 26, 2023

INSIGHT: Case Note | Procedural fairness requires decision makers to ensure those affected by their decisions are fully aware of relevant distinctions

Amos v AAI Limited t/as GIO [2023] NSWSC 1193 Introduction When deliberating a question or matter which will inform a Review Panel’s decision, to what extent must the Claimant be aware of, and propositioned about, the issue at hand? In Amos v AAI Limited t/as GIO the Supreme Court clarified this duty in circumstances where […]