Get in touch with Dimitra
Dimitra Bouras possesses the negotiation skills required to prevent many of her compensation matters from going to trial in court, saving time and money for clients – as well as alleviating their stress.
The ideal outcome for Dimitra is one where resolution has come not only quickly, but also to the full satisfaction of her client.
Dimitra is known for her well-organised approach to conducting cases for people injured in accidents. She assiduously pursues the various insurance and medical information required to achieve successful claims for compensation.
As part of her comprehensive service for people hurt at work, Dimitra explores entitlements such as lump sum payments, income maintenance and homecare assistance.
Dimitra’s clients realise very early in their contact with her that she is a lawyer who keeps her promises, right down to returning phone calls at the appointed time.
Dimitra believes it is important to assist her Tindall Gask Bentley clients in completely understanding their legal rights when they have been harmed by the negligence of others.
She always takes the time to explain her professional opinions thoroughly, even in matters where she believes a claim probably won’t succeed.
Her reputation as a hard-working advocate is matched by an ability to form effective relationships with the wide variety of people she deals with on a daily basis to bring claims to fruition.
Dimitra’s compassion and understanding are greatly appreciated by people who rely on her professional assistance to get their derailed lives back on track.
- Bachelor of Law – University of Adelaide
- Bachelor of Arts – University of Adelaide
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
- Admitted to practice 2004
My Areas of Expertise
- Motor Vehicle Accident Injury
- Workers Compensation
- Public Liability
- Detainee Compensation Claims
- Total and Permanent Disability / Superannuation Claims
Media & Blog Posts
I’m back after a workplace injury but need more surgery. Can I receive payments even though my entitlements have ended?
It’s hard enough returning to work after a workplace injury. But what happens if you need more surgery? Can you still receive payments to ease the financial strain? TGB senior Associate Dimitra Bouras explains your options. “How will I pay my mortgage and bills if I can’t work?” It’s a common fear among people...Read more
A psychiatric injury has stopped me working. What do I need to know?
A change to the Return to Work Act means workplace psychiatric injury compensation claims are now assessed differently. TGB senior associate Dimitra Bouras and lawyer Alexandra Harris explain the change and how it may effect your chances of a successful claim. If a psychiatric injury has stopped you working, you need to know...Read more