Duncan Basheer Hannon
Duncan Basheer Hannon is a widely respected and successful South Australian law firm.
Providing legal services since the 1930s, Duncan Basheer Hannon is renowned both for the depth of its expertise and the breadth of its practice. The firm now operates under four brands, Duncan Basheer Hannon for Personal Injury Law, DBH Family Lawyers, DBH Commercial Lawyers and DBH Wills & Estates Lawyers.
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After receiving payment of my settlement, I just felt that I needed to give the DBH staff a big thank you for the way you represented me through what would have been a much more stressful experience had I not had your expert representation and guidance. I would have been “eaten alive” trying to go it alone against a big insurance company without DBH backing me. I was very happy with how you handled the whole process, leaving no stone unturned to make sure we achieved the best possible result.
I will have no hesitation in highly recommending DBH to anyone that requires legal representation.
Michael, Fairview Park
The best thing about dealing with DBH is that they kept me informed all the way through handling my MVA claim. They were extremely thorough and professional during my claim taking care of all the little things along the way.
Above all, the team at DBH managed to achieve a settlement I was very happy with.
Michael, St Peters
I would just like to say thank you so much to DBH for taking on our case and being honest with us throughout. A great result considering what we were up against.
Anyway, thanks again from all of us, I would definitely recommend your firm to others in the future.
Lauren, Mansfield Park
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