de Broglio Inc are well-known as being the best law firm in South Africa when it comes to suing the Road Accident Fund (RAF). They have been claiming against the RAF for their clients for 19 years and have an impressive track record of successful settlements which exceed their clients’ expectations on a daily basis.
Jackson Nair* is one such client who employed de Broglio Inc to assist him in claiming from the RAF for an accident which he had been involved in in 2010. He was injured in the accident wherein he was riding his motorcycle when a motor vehicle crossed his path of travel causing the collision.
Even though the accident was not Jackson’s fault, he suffered a tremendous amount of pain and discomfort due to the injuries he sustained in the accident.
He broke his ankle, crushed his right leg and suffered a knee injury. He was hospitalized for a few days after the accident and received treatment for his injuries. But all the treatment in the world would never bring back the old life he had before the accident.
His injuries seriously affected his ability to work and eventually he lost his job. It seemed every corner of his life was being destroyed by the aftermath of the accident.
Jackson wanted to make a difference in his life and he saw hope in de Broglio Inc. He saw their advertisement on the TV and phoned them on 0800 accident.
He knew they would be able to help him claim compensation from the RAF. And they did. They did a sterling job handling his RAF claim and eventually the matter was settled for the wonderful amount of R1, 195, 839.00 in the South Gauteng High Court.
Jackson was very happy with the settlement. He said, “I was happy with the settlement. I got paid out a bit more than I was expecting to be paid out, so I was happy. The service was great, de Broglio Inc always kept me updated with letters and emails. At least once a month I would get an email from them telling me what’s going on. All the doctors I went to see were helpful and nice.”
*Names have been changed to protect client confidentiality.
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