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Kathryn Lincoln

Kathryn Lincoln

Partner

Kathryn is joint head of our market-leading Insurance practice area. With over 30 years of experience in all areas of insurance and civil litigation, Kathryn specialises in defending major motor accident claims, public liability claims and fraudulent claims as well as medical negligence, asbestos exposure and workers compensation matters.

For Kathryn, forming and maintaining relationships is integral to finding sound outcomes for her clients. Her personable nature has helped her build long term relationships with people throughout the private and public sector and enables her to obtain excellent results in complex matters.

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Kathryn has managed high profile litigation and coronial inquests and regularly advises on risk management strategies for the health sector. Kathryn also has experience training law graduates in civil procedures, negotiation and advocacy skills.

Clients relate to Kathryn and find her accessible and reliable, with a depth of knowledge about the nature of their work. Kathryn always works in her clients’ best interests to protect their reputation and minimise future risk and advises them on strategies and approaches they can adopt to deal with problems in the future.

Kathryn’s expertise in the health & aged care sector has been acknowledged for the past 10 years (2008 – 2018) in Best Lawyers Australia.  She has also been listed in Best Lawyers Australia 2019 for Insurance Law and Medical Negligence expertise as well as Doyles 2017 Guide as Recommended Leading SA Medical Negligence & Malpractice Lawyer (Defendant).

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws

Expertise

Affiliations

  • Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA) Member

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