Belal Moraby is a lawyer attuned to looking at the wider picture, providing clients with a scope of service that delivers even more than legal solutions.
A desire to constantly exceed expectations comes naturally to Belal.
His commitment to protecting the rights of people injured through the negligence of others extends to helping them obtain the full range of support.
In pursuing compensation and settlements, Belal lodges claims on behalf of people injured in motor vehicle accidents, workplace mishaps, and incidents in public places.
He also seeks remedies for workers who’ve been unfairly dismissed or discriminated against by employers.
With a friendly and approachable outlook, Belal uses plain English to explain just where the case is sitting.
He believes that even though a matter might be complex, it should never be confusing to those he is fighting for.
With his trademark straightforward style, Belal derives immense satisfaction from helping clients to understand the entitlements available to them under the law, and then assisting to achieve them at Tindall Gask Bentley.
Belal feels privileged to be able to offer committed personal representation to those who feel they have nowhere else to turn.
- Bachelor of Laws
- Masters in Law
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
- Admitted to practice 2005
My Areas of Expertise
- Motor Vehicle Accident Injury
- Workers Compensation
- Public Liability
- Workplace Issues and Unfair Dismissals
- Industrial and Employment Law
- Islamic Wills and Estate Planning
- Total and Permanent Disability / Superannuation Claims
My Professional Interests
- Member of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
- Australia Day Ambassador 2012 – 2014
Media & Blog Posts
"Can I get sacked for talking about my employer on social media?"
Families, friends, holidays, work – we share it all online. But what happens when you say something negative about your employer on social media? Could you lose your job? Tindall Gask Bentley senior associate Belal Moraby offers some clarity as the line between our real and virtual lives continues to blur. Facebook...Read more
The Advertiser: Swearing at Work Colleagues
TGB workplace lawyer Belal Moraby talks to the Advertiser about the potential legal consequences of swearing at work.Read more