Hicksons appoints new workers insurance partner to support growth

Hicksons, appointment of highly regarded insurance Partner, Naomi Tancred strengthens our firm’s Workers Insurance Team, and positions us for growth into new markets.  

“Clients have been accessing Naomi’s expert skills in advising employers in workers compensation and employer liability claims for many years.” said Managing Partner, Stewart Cameron. “We are very excited to have Naomi join our team. With her extensive background and over 24 years’ experience specialising in managing CTP insurance and complex CTP claims, she will be an invaluable team member in contributing to our overall firm’s strategic growth into new markets.”

Before joining Hicksons, Naomi was a partner at Gillis Delaney. “I am excited about joining a leading workplace injury firm and team who are focused on working closely with clients and providing service excellence”, said Naomi. “What drew me to Hicksons was the opportunity of being a part of their growth and working in an innovative and collaborative environment”.

Naomi joins our workers' insurance partners Stewart Cameron, Najeh Marhaba, Bill Pardy, Kathy Ireland, Jennifer Parkes and Doyle Myles, bringing the total number of team members in the Workers Insurance Team to 41.

This new partner appointment forms part of Hickson’s 2025 strategy to broaden our legal offering to include business advisory services that is supported by a culture of excellence and innovation.

View Naomi Tancred's profile here.

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