Jack Fairweather Jack Fairweather

Jack Fairweather

Associate Insurance | Brisbane
07 3014 6594 jfairweather@mcw.com.au Download vCard

Jack Fairweather acts primarily for insurance clients in public and product liability, professional indemnity and subrogated recovery matters.

He provides comprehensive advice on a range of indemnity, liability, quantum and evidence issues. Jack is a meticulous solicitor who has a strong understanding of the insurance industry.

Jack has a particular interest in technical litigation and claims arising out of construction incidents, hotels and licensed premises, schools, sporting associations, transportation and associated indemnity implications. Jack is currently acting for a number of schools and educational institutions.

Jack imparts a particular emphasis on practicality in the advice that he provides

Jack's Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business, Queensland University of Technology
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland

Jack's Expertise

  • Public Liability Claims Coverage and Risk
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Transport Insurance
  • Property Damage and Recovery Claims
  • General Policy Coverage Advice

Jack's Leadership

  • Member, AILA Queensland Committee
  • Member, Young Insurance Professionals
  • Member, Queensland Law Society

Jack's recent publications

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  1. Update | New Labour Hire Licensing Legislation

    11 Apr 2018

    update | new Labour Hire Licensing legislation The countdown is almost over, Monday 16th April the Labour Hire Licensing Act (QLD) 2017 comes into force. On Friday 6 April 2018 the regulations in support of the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (Qld) were...

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  2. Video Alert | Your In-depth overview of the new Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017

    20 Mar 2018

    Have you ever provided an employee to another Business? Or ever hired someone? If YES, you need to mark this date in your diary Your In-depth Overview of the new Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (Qld) On 16 April 2018, just under one month from now, the...

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  3. A run to the shops spills bad news for shopping centres

    03 Aug 2017

    What happened? On the afternoon of 13 June 2011 Mr Raad drove to his local butcher at a shopping centre in Sydney. It was raining at the time and without an umbrella, Mr Raad began running from his car to the shopping centre. As he neared the entrance, he...

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