January 22, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Angus Castley, Bradford Legal

Doyles Guide

Angus Castley is a partner of Bradford Legal and has a strong passion for advocating for the rights and entitlements of people affected by injuries, and personally handles all matters on behalf of his clients.
Angus began working for Bradford Legal on the 1st of January 1992. Having initially obtained a Bachelor of Economics degree at the University of Western Australia, Angus gained experience as a paralegal dealing with all aspects of personal injury claim, with particular interest in workers’ compensation claims.

Angus commenced a 5 year articles with Bradford Legal in 1995 and was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in December 1999. During the period of his articles, Angus regularly appeared as an advocate on behalf of injured workers at the WorkCover Conciliation and Review Directorate.

Angus has experience in all aspects of personal injury claims, including:

Work Accidents
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Insurance Policy Disputes relating to injuries
Public Liability Claims.

Angus has appeared in the District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Magistrates Court and WorkCover Conciliation and Review Directorate.

Outside of work, Angus is involved in coaching junior sport and is still an active participant in amateur cricket. Together with other members of the Bradford Legal team, Angus also participates in open water ocean swimming, including the Rottnest Channel Swim.