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Innovation. Expertise. Results.

Established in 1986 by Grant Cameron, GCA Lawyers (formerly Grant Cameron Associates) is a nationally recognised legal boutique in Christchurch. Its reputation is founded upon results achieved, often in the most difficult of circumstances. Such outcomes are attributable to the blended application of strategic, legal and innovation skills.

Although a lawyer’s fundamental contributions to the client relationship are competence, integrity and sound judgment, GCA Lawyers believes more is required in a world of accelerating change. In applying an innovative perspective to client needs, the firm consistently delivers desired results and value.

The Christchurch firm has a solid track record of ‘thinking outside the square’ and of producing results where others couldn’t.

Visit the Honour Your Promise Action website for infirmation about our class action on behalf of Southern Response policyholders.

Latest Blog Entry

'Quake outcasts' win court battle for a 3rd time

The team and "quake outcast'" class-action clients of GCA are in celebration mode after the Supreme Court found the Government had treated uninsured and vacant section owners unlawfully. Sixty-eight of our 'outcasts' were initially offered no payout post-quake for their uninsured or uninsurable land in the 'Red Zone.' This week they are celebrating their third win in the courts after the Supreme Court judgement upholding their appeal. Partner, Grant Cameron, says there is a long way to go to get the claimants fairly compensated for their unlawful treatment but he believes their steadfastness will ultimately be rewarded.

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