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Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers
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TGB is a leading law firm in Adelaide, South Australia, specialising in injury, family and business matters. We also have offices in Reynella, Salisbury, Mt Barker, Port Lincoln and Whyalla, and we also service the Roxby Downs region.
TGB is a leading law firm in Adelaide, South Australia, specialising in injury, family and business matters. We also have offices in Reynella, Salisbury, Mt Barker, Port Lincoln and Whyalla, and we also service the Roxby Downs region.

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New data on South Australia’s legal profession shows it is facing many of the same challenges as the state itself, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his regular column for InDaily – South Australia’s largest independent news source.

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When marriage equality became a reality it prompted an outpouring of love - and marriage proposals - across Australia.

But you need to remember the legal issues that arise from marriage, and the effect it will have on your relationship. In our latest blog, TGB partner Rosemary Caruso explains the legal impact of marriage for same-sex couples.

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Victoria has passed assisted-dying legislation. How will it work and will the rest of Australia follow? TGB partner Victoria Bell examines the milestone development in the right-to-die debate.

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Playing hard and copping the knocks is worn as a badge of pride on the footy field, but what happens if you take one hit to the head too many? Former AFL stars, including Hawthorn legend John Platten and Essendon premiership player John Barnes, are leading a concussion damages claim against the league and its clubs. TGB partner Tim White and lawyer Ashleigh Ridgway examine the legal issues and potential for compensation.

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One in six women, and one in 19 men, have experienced physical or sexual violence from a current or former partner. It's a statistic that tells an ugly, shameful truth about domestic and family violence in Australia. For families living in fear, changes to the law in WA around restraining orders will hopefully offer victims greater protections, writes Tindall Gask Bentley lawyer Kate Major.

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Getting caught on the wrong side of the law can be a very different, harsher experience as an adult compared to a minor.

This is why young people and their parents need a basic understanding of the law – particularly around alcohol – to give Schoolies the best chance of partying safely and legally, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.

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Many of Australia's Defence veterans are suffering and need help, but how does one manage their claim through Australia's complex military compensation system? TGB partner Tim White and senior associate Brianna Tapscott - both specialists in this field - shed more light on the system in Part 2 of our podcast on making a claim for military compensation. Listen now.

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In 2013 South Australia’s Compulsory Third Party insurance scheme for motorists was overhauled, but for those injured in accidents the changes mean tougher times ahead.

The threshold to compensation is now much higher than before and injured motorists are out in the cold, needing to fight harder for a fair sum to help them cope in their recovery.

TGB managing partner Morry Bailes discussed the new scheme’s problems with 5AA’s Leon Byner. Listen to the full chat now.

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Health experts are urging Australian governments to sue tobacco companies for the billions of dollars spent on treating smoking-related illnesses.

Such a move would follow the lead of nation’s like Canada, whose government has launched successful lawsuits against tobacco giants to recover healthcare costs.

It would be an expensive action for the government, researchers say, but public support for tobacco control has never been stronger.

TGB partner Mal Byrne spoke to the ABC’s Caroline Winter about whether it is possible for government to sue tobacco companies. Listen to the full story now.

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YOU have had a handshake deal with a neighbour for 20 years — but now they want to renege. What can you do? Our team answered this and many more questions in today's installment of Lawyer Up! Our live legal Q&A with The Advertiser Catch up on today's action now
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