Hicksons appoints new Workers Compensation Partner in Sydney

Hicksons appoints industry leader, Jesse Webb, as a partner in its workers compensation team in Sydney.

Highly regarded in his field, Jesse brings 35 years’ experience acting for insurers, self-insureds and governments on a wide range of insurance issues in personal injury matters. Jesse advises on scheme design and implementation, and a key goal is to achieve the fairest outcomes for injured workers.
Before joining Hicksons, Jesse was a Partner at Sparke Helmore Lawyers, and from 2009 to 2016, he was the National Managing Partner.
Stewart Cameron, Hicksons’ Managing Partner, said, “Hicksons is delighted to have Jesse join the partnership. As a leader in the industry, Jesse is a welcome addition to the firm and will play an integral role in servicing our growing client needs and further expanding Hicksons’ specialist workers compensation group”.

Jesse shared, “I’m excited to be joining Hicksons in Sydney and contributing to the growth of their highly reputable insurance practice. I’m looking forward to working with such a quality team which shares the same commitment to achieving fair and successful outcomes for our clients”.
View Jesse’s profile here.

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