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Fiona Brady

Fiona Brady


Fiona is a straight talker and client-focused, but she is also highly compassionate and very approachable. She enjoys using her natural empathy and astute legal knowledge to find workable and just resolutions to extremely difficult and distressing situations.

Fiona has been with us since 1994 and brings a unique combination of skills to our Insurance practice area. Originally studying biology and physiology at university, Fiona began her legal career as a paralegal in our Commercial Disputes team helping with significant insolvency, professional liability and trade practices matters. After moving to our Insurance practice area, Fiona realised she could combine her interest in biology and physiology with her growing interest in practicing law.

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Fiona represents clients in Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claims, personal injury, medical negligence and public liability matters. She has a special interest and expertise in pure mental harm and catastrophic injury claims. Fiona has conducted litigation for clients in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Courts and has also represented corporations and individuals in Coronial proceedings.

Frequently dealing with people who have suffered catastrophic physical or mental harm, Fiona is always conscious of the need to minimise any additional damage. Throughout the litigation process, Fiona skilfully balances her client’s interests with equitably compensating those effected by such injury.


  • Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice



  • Law Society of South Australia Member
  • Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA) Member
  • Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology & Law (ANZAPPL) Member
  • Law Council of Australia - Personal Injuries and Compensation Committee Member
  • Teacher's Registration Board of South Australia Member

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