Luke Ingham-Myers

Legal Practice Director

Luke has been practising as a solicitor since 1997, following two years in the Queensland District Court as a Judges’ Associate.

Luke’s primary practice areas are:

  • Personal injury law;
  • Queensland worker’s compensation;
  • Comcare (federal worker’s compensation);
  • Motor vehicle accidents;
  • Public liability (slip and fall claims);
  • Abuse claims;
  • Medical negligence;
  • NDIS claims;
  • Military compensation;
  • ​Commercial law;
  • Estate planning;
  • Probate and deceased estates.
  • Dispute resolution

His 25 plus years of practice have included time spent in top-tier law firms (Clayton Utz), senior in-house roles in banking and financial services (Suncorp and Allianz)) and technology start-ups (onthehouse.com.au).

Having enjoyed combined roles as General Counsel and Executive General Manager Corporate Services, Luke appreciates the balance required to negotiate the commercial realities of running a business, protecting assets and ensuring the long-term security over a company’s innovation and capital.

With over a decade working for insurance companies, Luke knows how they tick at both an operational and claims level. This knowledge is invaluable in achieving successful outcomes for our clients in personal injury and compensation claims.

Luke is a nationally accredited mediator (NMAS) and an Accredited Mental Health First Aider.

Memberships

  • Queensland Law Society
  • Nudgee College Advisory Council
  • Board Chair, Our Lady of the Rosary School
  • Tattersall’s Club
  • Victorian Racing Club
  • Honorary solicitor, Indooroopilly Canoe Club

Recent blogs by Luke

Benefits of Mental Health First Aiders in a personal injury law firm

Benefits of Mental Health First Aiders in a personal injury law firm

In 2021, our team members, Luke Ingham-Myers and Ashleigh Shea undertook training with Mental First Aid Australia to become accredited Mental Health First Aiders. Learn more about how this helps us deliver our services to clients going through some of the most difficult periods of their lives.
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Back to basics – what is a contract?

Back to basics – what is a contract?

Contracts are used daily in all parts of everyday life, from business to buying groceries, and can come in many shapes and sizes. When we strip it all back down though, what is a contract?
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Information your lawyer will need to start your personal injury claim

Information your lawyer will need to start your personal injury claim

It can sometimes be overwhelming when you first engage a personal injury lawyer, just how much information they require. It’s helpful to understand what information your lawyer will seek early on in your personal injury claim.
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Court of Appeal upholds decision to permanently stay abuse compensation claim

Court of Appeal upholds decision to permanently stay abuse compensation claim

Joanne Willmot, a survivor of child sexual and physical abuse, brought a claim for compensation against the State of Queensland, due to abuse as a minor in the late 1950’s and 1960’s. The matter went to the Supreme Court which ordered a permanent stay of proceedings. An appeal saw that original decision upheld.
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