Anthony Crowe

Senior Associate

Qualifications: LLB, BAsianSt

Fluent in: Bahasa Indonesia - Conversational



Anthony assists insurers to resolve CTP claims involving complex liability and quantum issues, fraud, catastrophic injuries, nervous shock, multi-defendant matters and administrative law challenges.

Anthony is also experienced in workers’ compensation litigation, and has prior experience in general litigation across a range of areas including bankruptcy, personal injury, defamation, sports law, employment law, construction law, and commercial disputes.

Anthony has worked across a number of jurisdictions including NSW District and Supreme Courts and the Court of Appeal, as well as the ACT Industrial, Magistrates and Supreme Courts.

He has developed expertise in identifying and managing complex and technical claims. Anthony focuses on taking a pragmatic approach and resolving matters swiftly and cost-effectively where possible.


  • Acted on behalf of the respondent employer in a multiple chemical sensitivity case involving multiple insurers, resulting in a verdict for his client.
  • Successfully defended a claim for psychological injury involving complex issues as to causation and liability.
  • Successfully defended an employer where the plaintiff worker alleged breaches of statutory and common law duties as a result of exposure to green coffee bean dust.
  • Regularly conducts training sessions for client insurers in relation to the ACT statutory scheme, managing claims and state or territory of connection issues.

Latest thinking

Thinking | 13 Jun 2018

Coward v Stephenson

On 25 May 2018, Judge Levy handed down a decision in favour of the insurer, who was joined as a defendant to the proceeding under section 119 of the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 (Act).