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DBusiness Magazine selects Attorney Rabih Hamawi as one of Metro Detroit's top insurance lawyers

We extend our warmest congratulations to Attorney Rabih Hamawi, who has been selected by a vote of his peers to be included in DBusiness magazine's 2024 list as a top insurance lawyer. This esteemed recognition is a testament to Attorney Rabih Hamawi's exceptional legal expertise in insurance coverage and insurance litigation, and his contributions to the legal community.


Attorney Rabih Hamawi Recognized as One of Detroit's Top Lawyers in DBusiness Magazine's 2024 List

DBusiness' Top Lawyers: A Closer Look


The Top Lawyers list compiled by DBusiness magazine is not just any list; it is a recognition that is earned through an exclusive peer-review survey open to all lawyers in the area. Thousands of votes were cast to honor excellence in 53 distinct practice areas.


What makes this distinction truly special is that there are no commercial relationships involved in the listing process. It's a purely merit-based accolade. Lawyers cannot purchase their listings or buy their way onto this prestigious list. This means that inclusion is based solely on the recognition and respect of their peers in the legal community.


DBusiness Magazine's 2024 List

Attorney Rabih Hamawi's Inclusion


Attorney Rabih Hamawi's inclusion in the 2024 list of Top Insurance Lawyers is a testament to his outstanding skills, dedication, and expertise in insurance coverage and insurance litigation. The legal profession is a highly competitive one, and to be recognized as a top lawyer is a significant achievement.


Who is Rabih Hamawi?


Attorney Rabih Hamawi

Attorney & Counselor


Rabih Hamawi is a principal at the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi, P.C. and focuses his practice on representing policyholders in fire, property damage, and insurance-coverage disputes against insurance companies and in errors-and-omissions cases against insurance agents. He may be reached at (248) 905-1133.



Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship, and isn't intended and should not be construed as the providing of legal advice.

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