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Established in 1970, Tindall Gask Bentley is recognised as a leading general practice law firm with a strong growth trajectory.
We are a law firm that prides itself on a culture of service, treating our client’s interests as our primary concern.
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Our offices will be closed from 12pm Friday, December 22 to 8.30am Thursday, January 4. We are still taking family law inquiries during this period. If you’d like to make an appointment for the new year please email email@example.com and someone from our team will get in touch with you shortly.
Psychiatric injury and unfair dismissal are two rising problems in modern workplaces, and the two often overlap, creating distress for employees.
So what can you do if you’ve been sacked unfairly and have a psychiatric injury? TGB partner Tim White explains in the latest episode of the Law & Life podcast.
Are you covered if your chiropractor injures you while practising without a licence? TGB partner and medical negligence expert Mal Byrne spoke to Channel 7’s “Today Tonight”.
Watch the story here.
Trust, longevity and unwavering commitment to our clients – three vital ingredients shared by Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers and Murray Bridge firm Mason Westover Homburg.
It is why TGB is delighted to announce that from July 1 we will welcome the highly-respected team at MWH into the fold.
For more than 100 years MWH, and...
The plastic surgery industry is booming as more and more people pursue the perfect body – but these so-called “standard” procedures are not without risk. What happens when your plastic surgery goes wrong? Can you sue for medical negligence? TGB partner Mal Byrne and senior lawyer Michael King discuss what options...
Tindall Gask Bentley Partner Mal Byrne spoke to Channel 10 as the families who lost embryos in the statewide blackout consider their legal options. Watch the full story here.
Cyber attacks not only cost law firms time and money – they could also have professional conduct implications, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest InDaily column.
Read the entire column here.
Current and former Defence personnel no longer face the distressing prospect of recounting in person the sexual or physical abuse they suffered during their service when making a claim for injury.
When a relationship ends and you move out of the home you once shared often there isn’t enough time to take all of your belongings with you.