TGB partner and defence force lawyer Tim White spoke with ABC Radio Adelaide’s Sonya Feldhoff following this week’s announcement of an independent commissioner into Defence member and veteran suicide.
Tim, who has been fighting for injured Defence force members and veterans for more than 20 years, discussed what...
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.
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...
Barry Heffernan is on a mission. A mission to save lives.
Barry, a retired war veteran and doting grandfather, runs the William Kibby V.C. Veterans’ Shed, a place “for anyone who’s ever pulled on a uniform” where they can get help if they have suffered abuse while serving their country.
Barry and his...
“We need help.” It’s been the plea of thousands of former defence personnel for decades now as they struggled with the transition to civilian life and mental health issues caused by their time in the military. In this fascinating installment of the Law & Life podcast, TGB partner Tim White and clinical psychiatrist...
Defence veterans risk so much for their country. When they are injured while serving and suffer a permanent impairment, one of the biggest tolls they pay is that on their lifestyle. Relationships, recreation, mobility and employment prospects are all affected by injury, but how do you put a value on that when making a compensation...
A Statement of Principle is one of the most important factors when making a military compensation claim. Tindall Gask Bentley partner Tim White explains why.
What is a Statement of Principle?
A Statement of Principle (SOP) is one of the first things you must consider when making a military compensation claim with the Department...
The Defence Abuse Response Taskforce has tabled two reports on abuse in Defence in Federal Parliament on 26 November 2014.