Robert Day & Amanda Black

Thursday, 15 August 2019

O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors

PO Box 20073

WORLD SQUARE NSW 2002

Also by Email: info@o’briensolicitors.com.au

Dear Sir/Madam

Robert Day & Amanda Black (INCLUDING INFANT CLAIMS)
OUR REF: DM:19080

We refer to the above matter and confirm we are instructed for you to notify your indemnity professional insurer immediately.

We are instructed that on 17 June 2019 at the District Court of NSW either you and/or your counsel proceeded to execute consent orders together with the Defendant’s execution of the document without instructions.

Further, we are also instructed that in respect to the infant claims, you have purported to settle the claims for $5,000 plus costs without instructions.

As soon as you notify your professional indemnity insurer please let us know so that we may be in a position to commence proceedings which we foreshadow will include the following:

  • 1. O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors;
  • 2. The counsel which you used and/or instructed/briefed; and
  • 3. We are also considering whether or not it is in the best interests of our clients to include as a Defendant the solicitors acting on behalf of the State of NSW which we understand at that time was Norton & Rose.

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact the writer.

Yours faithfully

David Marocchi

Accredited Specialist, Personal Injury Law

Managing Director

Marocchi Law

contact@paramountlawyers.com.au

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