Michael Constable

Michael joined Henry Carus + Associates in 2014 as a trainee lawyer. As a long-term staff member, he truly understands the core values of our firm which focus on personal service and maximising outcomes for clients.

Michael holds an Arts degree from the University of Melbourne and a Law degree from LaTrobe University.

Since leaving university, he has worked exclusively in personal injury and in June 2019 Michael admitted as a lawyer. His experience ranges across TAC, VWA and Public Liability matters, with an emphasis on his TAC portfolio.

He is responsible for statutory benefits disputes, serious injury applications and common law damages claims from VCAT and the Magistrates Court, through to the County and Supreme Courts.

Michael has represented a number of clients who have sustained catastrophic injuries in transport accidents, as well as minors or people with a disability who are represented by litigation guardians. These claims can be challenging and delicate to manage, but his experience allows him to handle them with confidence.

Outside of work Michael enjoys playing piano and heading out for a hit of tennis whenever the Melbourne weather allows.

Michael Constable

Legal Career History

November 2019 – Present
Henry Carus + Associates
Senior Associate

June 2019 – November 2019
Henry Carus + Associates

Sep 2014 – June 2019
Henry Carus + Associates
Trainee Lawyer

May 2014 – May 2014
Slater & Gordon
Legal Assistant

Feb 2014 – Apr 2014
Slater & Gordon
New Client Services Consultant

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98% case success rate
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Professional Qualifications

  • 2013 Bachelor of Laws, La Trobe University, Melbourne
  • 2010 Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne, Melbourne

Professional Associations

  • The University of Melbourne Alumni
  • La Trobe University Alumni

Published Articles

Testing the limits of drivers’ duty of care
Most people have some idea of what the phrase ‘duty of care’ means. In the world of the TAC, motorists have a duty of care to other road-users to drive properly and avoid injury... Read More »
The Concept of Contributory Negligence
The circumstances around an accident can often be complicated. Whether it be in a motor vehicle accident, during work or in a public place there are usually a number of factors that combine to... Read More »
What Sort of Compensation Can I Get For Whiplash After a Car Accident?
What is Whiplash? Whiplash is an injury to the neck involving a strain of the muscles and structures around the spine. It is caused by a rapid snapping or whipping motion of the head... Read More »
TAC and Public Transport Accidents
When most people hear the words ‘motor vehicle accident’ the images that spring to mind are most commonly the TAC’s, at-times graphic, advertisements involving cars or possibly a motorbike. So it is not surprising... Read More »