Maddison Williams

Senior Associate


Maddison has worked in the legal industry for over six years, and in insurance law for approximately five years. In assisting on, and managing, personal injury and property damages claims, she has gained experience drafting advices on liability, quantum, and indemnity issues for insurance companies and private organisations; advocating for her clients; and establishing strong relationships to assist her in reaching her client's goals.

With the ability to quickly develop an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of each claim, Maddison can identify the key legal and factual issues of a matter, allowing her to efficiently obtain the best possible resolution for a matter. She also takes time to understand client priorities and commercial interests, and how these might impact what the 'best possible resolution' might be for a particular client.

Maddison has conducted matters in the Victorian Supreme Court, County Court and VCAT, as well as the ACT Magistrates Court and the ACT Supreme Court. She is also experienced in advocacy and informal dispute resolution in both the ACT and Victoria.

With her passion for the legal industry, Maddison takes pride in her ability to mentor junior lawyers and assist them to develop as professionals, which fosters the team's learning culture and supports organic growth of the practice.

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