Kerrie Jackson



Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland 2007

Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales


Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Business (Industrial Relations, Human Resources)


Women Lawyers Association Queensland

Queensland Law Society

Joined Firm




Kerrie Jackson

“Kerrie is personable and has always been available. I can bounce things off her which is really important in the early identification of risk before it turns into risk. I see Kerrie as clear, concise and succinct, and that’s good.” 

– Retail client feedback, 2016

Litigation can be time consuming, expensive and detract from core business operations.  Companies facing litigation want an accessible, plain-speaking and experienced lawyer who can deliver fast, cost effective and commercial outcomes.

I specialise in insurance and commercial law, and insurance litigation. Since I commenced my career in 2006 I have acted for both Plaintiffs and Defendants in workers’ compensation, superannuation, disability insurance, medical negligence, motor vehicle accident, property damage, public liability and a range of general insurance, commercial and contractual disputes.

I specifically work with companies who want to proactively manage their workers’ compensation liabilities, reduce claim numbers and claim durations. My clients are primarily in the retail, food, manufacturing and transport industries.

Although I now work to represent defendants, my experience representing plaintiffs enables me to provide my clients with insight into the commercial pressures and other drivers that impact upon decisions made by Plaintiffs in the course of litigation.

If a matter cannot be resolved, or it is in the best interests of the defendant to proceed to litigation, my clients have enjoyed my enviable track record of success over the past few years in winning at trial. Some of my trial successes include:

  • Inghams Enterprises Pty Ltd v Tat [2018] QCA182
  • Robinson v Lorna Jane Pty Ltd [2017] QDC266
  • Adlington v Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited [2016] QDC 84
  • Prasad v Inghams Enterprises Pty Ltd [2016] HCASL 307; [2016] QCA 147, [2015] QDC 200
  • Knott v The Withcott Hotel [2015] QDC 314
  • Rudd v Starbucks Coffee Company (Australia) Pty Ltd [2015] QDC 232
  • Fofana v Inghams Enterprises Pty Ltd [2014] QDC 224
  • Karanfilov v MSS Security Pty Ltd and Ors [2013] QSC 304
  • Pershouse v Sirius Observatories Australia [2013] QDC, 9 May 2013

I enjoy the opportunity to learn the business of my clients and create enduring partnerships.  I am also passionate about championing diversity in the workplace – both at BTLawyers and more broadly in the legal sector – and in particular supporting the advancement of women in the profession.

If you’ve got a question about an insurance, business dispute or worker’s compensation defendant matter, or would like help planning your portfolio legal strategy, email me on

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