Su-Ming has many years of experience spanning all aspects of personal injury law having previously acted as a plaintiff lawyer and, for the last 15 years, as a lawyer providing advice exclusively to defendants, employers and insurers.
Providing advice to a number of major national insurers, brokers and employers on a range of workers' compensation and personal injury claims, Su-Ming has successfully brought countless litigated and pre-litigated claims to resolution through negotiated settlements with her focus being on achieving the most cost effective, pragmatic, timely and commercial resolutions for the client.
Su-Ming has defended a range of personal injury claims including back and neck injuries; breaks and fractures; severe spinal injuries; psychiatric injury (including stress claims); fatal accidents (including dependency claims) and slip/trip and fall claims.
Su-Ming is a clear communicator who is able to provide clients with logical and straight forward advice on the most appropriate strategies to manage a claim, resolve a matter through negotiated settlement or, where appropriate, prepare for and defend a matter at trial.
Case Note – Zaya v Damirdjian Judgment date: 11 October 2022 Citation: Zaya v Damirdjian  NSWCA 203 Jurisdiction: Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of NSW Before: Bell CJ, Gleeson JA and Griffiths AJA Principles Expert evidence has a limited role to play in resolving liability issues in motor accident claims and will carry little […]
A claimant suffers psychological injury when he is threatened by a would be thief of his motor bike. Whether the medical assessor was justified in concluding that this was not a motor accident was answered by the Supreme Court in Bell v Allianz Insurance Australia Ltd. Judgment date: 18 August 2022 Citation: Bell v Allianz […]