Category - News & Features
The privatisation of the Motor Accident Commission's insurance business was meant to deliver cheaper registrations. However, it's now clear, argues TGB partner Barney Gask, that those savings have all but disappeared while injured South Australians are being ripped off and left vulnerable in the event of an accident.
Forget humidity, crocodiles and the nation’s best newspaper front pages. For TGB partner Victoria Bell there’s one thing about Darwin that has really made an impact on her.
“Community spirit,” Victoria says. “Darwin people are very community-minded – they have each other’s backs and that’s inspiring.
At a small, heartbreaking funeral in suburban Tusmore, TGB partner Mal Byrne says he grasped the full impact of the plight of detainees under Australia's immigration system.
TGB managing partner Morry Bailes, in his role as Law Council of Australia President, writes for The Age about a key plank of our democracy.
We go there to get better, but fresh evidence suggests patients suffer complications in hospital more commonly than widely assumed.
The think tank, the Grattan Institute, has found people who stay in hospital overnight have a one in four risk of some kind of a complication.
TGB partner Mal Byrne, an experienced medical negligence...
It takes a local to know how things work, to really understand the lay of the land. Now, four years on since Tindall Gask Bentley began its national expansion in Western Australia, we can proudly say we’re part of the West Perth furniture and WA legal fraternity.
But our busy, thriving office was borne from humble beginnings....
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.
What would you do if you knew your future held immeasurable pain and suffering?
How would you feel watching someone you love battle a terminal illness, knowing...
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...
Australia’s surrogacy laws don’t offer enough protection to the children so wanted by their parents. It is time to put these children first and overhaul our nation’s surrogacy laws, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily, South Australia’s largest independent news provider.
Australia’s Family Law Court is drowning under its workload. Such is the backlog that, in South Australia, our single Family Court judge and five of the six Federal Circuit Court judges are now listing trials for 2019
But why is it like this and what can people who are contemplating separation do to avoid this stress?...