Get in touch with Amber
Amber Sprague has an exceptional knowledge of Workplace Law and a passion for delivering first rate client service has seen her elevated to the position of Partner within Tindall Gask Bentley.
Amber believes that standing up for the rights of workers left high and dry by setbacks beyond their control is a battle worth fighting every day of her working life.
She enjoys meeting the diverse challenges presented by constant changes to the Law, and the broad variety of problems she is asked to solve for an expansive cross-section of clients.
Amber represents people who need compensation for injuries suffered in the course of their work.
She also seeks redress for anyone who has been unfairly dismissed or unlawfully terminated. In addition, Amber represents those disciplined under various Acts of Industrial Law.
With a focus on public sector employees, Amber is able to communicate readily with clients across all levels. She has advocated for police and correctional officers, school principals and teachers, factory and process workers – and even members of the legal profession.
Amber’s practice also extends to the area of Defamation Law. She seeks apologies and compensation in cases where people have been unlawfully and unfairly maligned.
As a Partner in the firm, Amber identifies closely with TGB’s ethos of inclusiveness and desire to ease the stresses of those who turn to the firm for help.
She is endowed with the skills to put clients at ease and pursue outcomes that can change their lives for the better.
- Bachelor of Laws
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Law Society of South Australia
- Admitted to practice 2001
My Areas of Expertise
- Workers Compensation
- Workplace Issues and Unfair Dismissals
- Industrial and Employment Law
- Total and Permanent Disability / Superannuation Claims
My Professional Interests
- Committee Member of Australian Lawyers Alliance (SA)
- Member of Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
Amber Sprague outlines the new approach to assessing psychological injuries under new workers compensation laws in South Australia.Read more
TGB sent a letter to the Advertiser in response to an “Advertiser Feature” commissioned by a WorkCover SA’s claims agent about South Australia’s new Return to Work Scheme.Read more
Amber Sprague writes about the impact of South Australia’s new workers compensation scheme on workers injured prior to 1 July 2015.Read more
The state government's initial plan to overhaul WorkCover in SA is set to impact all injured workers.Read more
TGB's Morry Bailes and Amber Sprague talk about the rise in social media defamation matters where parties represent themselves in court.Read more