Adelaide(08) 8212 1077
Ben Smith is a personal injury lawyer dedicated to maximising outcomes and minimising complexity for his clients.
Gaining valuable experience in SA, WA, NT and Commonwealth jurisdictions, Ben is committed to ensuring speedy resolutions and keeping clients informed of their position throughout the course of a matter.
Ben enjoys building relationships and trust by ensuring that his clients know that their issues are being heard and that they are important to his practice and the firm. He is acutely aware that his clients will often be seeking legal assistance for the first time and strives to make the experience as pain-free as possible.
Ben has been particularly involved with hearing loss claims since he began with TGB in 2015.
Ben’s previous volunteer experience with Offenders Aid and Rehabilitation Services is a testament to his dedication to the underdog, and he enjoys every challenge involved with advocating for injured people.
- Bachelor of Laws, Flinders University
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Adelaide
- Admitted to Practice 2015
MY AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Personal Injury
- Workers Compensation
- Comcare and Commonwealth Employee Claims
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Public liability
- Total and Permanent Disablement claims
my professional interests
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
I’ve been injured at work in WA – should I accept the first offer of compensation?
Should I accept an offer of lump sum compensation for my workplace injury? TGB lawyer Ben Smith explains your options When you’ve been injured at work, have made a claim, and are offered lump sum compensation it’s natural to want to take the first offer and move on with your life. However, by accepting the insurance company’s...Read more
Dick Smith Closure: Employee Redundancies Explained
With the recent announcement that major chains Masters Home Improvement and Dick Smith Electronics will be closing their doors nationwide, Victoria Bell and Ben Smith outline what considerations employees who are being made redundant should turn their mind to.Read more