Overview

The success of our team stems from our practical approach to risk and claims management. We act for businesses and statutory enterprises, brokers, insurers, self-insured corporate clients and Australian and international insurers and reinsurers.

DibbsBarker has worked alongside insurers, underwriters, brokers, self-insured corporations and corporate clients for over 100 years. Our clients receive explicit and timely advice and strategically effective management of their legal claims by senior industry specialists. We are known for being accessible, easy to work with, generous with our time and committed to providing accurate and cost-effective legal services.

Our team is made up of senior practitioners who specialise in investigating and defending casualty, financial lines, property loss and personal claims. Many of our lawyers have additional qualifications in insurance law and mediation, and have worked overseas or in-house with insurers.

Supported by our dedicated Dispute Resolution & Litigation team, our insurance experts have a proven track record in both contentious and non-contentious matters in areas including:

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