No win, no fee

In certain circumstances a ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement may be available to you when claiming compensation. Our ‘no win, no fee’ policy allows you to pursue compensation with high-end legal representation that may otherwise be unaffordable. This arrangement gives you access to the legal system irrespective of your financial situation. You are encouraged to speak with a DBH personal injury solicitor to assess your eligibility for a ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement.

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Injuries can happen anywhere, anytime and in any circumstances.

Injuries can happen anywhere, anytime and in any circumstances. Duncan Basheer Hannon offers you a clear understanding of your legal rights in any personal injury claim, including the likely level of compensation you may be awarded.

Duncan Basheer Hannon is one of the leading personal injury law firms in South Australia. We are committed to not only providing helpful advice but also, to achieving the maximum settlement for your claim so that you are properly compensated for your injuries and have access to the most effective rehabilitation treatment available.

Our personal injury lawyers & solicitors have experience in claims arising from motor vehicle accidents, workers’ compensation, public liability claims, discrimination claims, medical negligencesexual abuse and school bullying.

With offices throughout the metropolitan area including our head office in the CBD, our specialist DBH personal injury lawyers can meet with you at a time and location that suits you best. If necessary, DBH lawyers are also willing to visit you at home or in hospital if you are incapacitated or have mobility issues.


New legislation regarding motor vehicle accident victims

It is important to note that legislative changes made by the State Government commencing 1st July 2013 have changed the way motor vehicle accident victims can claim compensation. So, if you were injured after the 1st July 2013 it is important that you contact our office as soon as possible as new time limits now apply for the lodgement of claims. The previous law will still apply to all victims injured prior to 1st July 2013.

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