Category - Defence Force Members
TGB partner Tim White spoke with ABC Radio Adelaide’s Sonya Feldhoff following this week’s announcement of an independent commissioner into Defence veteran suicide.
Tim, who has been fighting for injured Defence veterans for more than 20 years, discussed what the announcement means for grieving families and the...
Across Australia right now there are many Defence veterans who believe an anti-malaria drug – melfoquine- they received while serving our country is responsible for a range of physical and mental illnesses they continue to battle to this day.
Most notably used by the ADF around 20 years ago, Mefloquine was provided to...
Australia’s complex and confusing military rehabilitation and compensation system is taking a heavy – at times tragic – toll on injured service men and women, writes TGB partner and military compensation specialist Tim White in a guest column for InDaily – South Australia’s largest independent news...
It’s fair to say that in his 20 years helping injured Defence men and women, TGB partner Tim White has fought some tough legal battles and helped many veterans get the compensation they deserve.
Tim sat down with The Last Post magazine editor Greg Ross for a chat about his career, what drives his passion for representing...
A new payment will help Defence veterans battling mental health issues while waiting for their compensation claim to be assessed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Last week the federal government passed the Veterans’ Affairs Reform Bill, creating the new payment, as well as opening up training and counseling opportunities...
The much-anticipated Defence ABuse Reparations scheme has just been announced. So what does it mean for current and former Defence personnel? TGB senior associate Brianna Tapscott explains.
Defence abuse survivors have renewed hope following the Commonwealth Ombudsman’s announcement of a new reparations scheme.
For survivors this new, less restrictive scheme represents a second chance at reparations and recognition for abuse suffered while serving their country, and follows the 2016 closure of the Defence Abuse...
If you're an injured worker and want to take a holiday, you need to follow these steps first, writes TGB Senior Associate Olla Kutieleh
Are you an injured Defence veteran?The new Reparations scheme is due to launch in early 2018. Register your details here and we’ll keep you updated.
There are currently more than 300,000 injury claims with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs right now.
This means thousands of current and former Defence men and women...