Introducing our new Medilaw NSW + ACT General Manager


At Medilaw, we like to shine a spotlight on our talented and caring team members.
Let us introduce you to Jonathan, our new General Manager for NSW and ACT.


Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
During my career I have worked across insurance portfolio/claims management, corporate affairs and government/regulator roles. For the past six years I have been at the Suncorp Group and most recently I led the ACT Compulsory Third Party (CTP) business in Canberra. I really enjoy roles that combine stakeholder relations and running a business end-to-end. So, the opportunity to work with our consultants and customers under the Medilaw banner seemed like a fantastic opportunity.

What is involved in your role at Medilaw?
As the General Manager of Medilaw for NSW/ACT my team and I work with our experienced team of consultants to ensure our customers receive timely, independent medical advice. Our talented and dedicated team work daily to facilitate appointments and ensure a seamless experience for our customers and your clients. I’m looking forward to getting out there to meet our partners in the coming months.

What motivates you or drives your passion for the medico-legal industry?
Coming from Personal Injury Insurance I understand how important the medico-legal industry is to the sector. We play a critical role in getting people back to work and life, often after they experience a traumatic event in their lives. In an ever-changing environment it is a challenging and highly rewarding space to work in.

How do you like to spend your time when you’re not at work?
I love to spend time outdoors: skiing, hiking, golf, trips to the beach. In winter I frequently get down to Thredbo to ski the backcountry with mates. Although COVID put a stop to that this year. Most weekends you will find me at the beach with my wife Mel and Spoodle, Charlie.

I am looking forward to meeting everyone in person as we start to open up again. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at