Road Accident Fund (RAF) claims demand the expertize and experience of a specialist law firm such as de Broglio Attorneys Inc. To go at it alone can be daunting and with all of the legal technicalities, a member of the public can quickly drown in the requirements needed to be met in order to ensure your claim is successful. It is always best to contact an expert such as de Broglio for advice on a possible claim against the RAF as they have the knowledge to give you some direction.
In early 2015 Justin van Niekerk* was riding his motorcycle when another motor vehicle sideswiped him. He injured his legs in the accident and a friend of his told him to contact de Broglio Attorneys Inc. for some advice. He said, “A friend of mine recommended you. I phoned you and de Broglio took on my case.”
De Broglio Attorneys Inc. can be phoned for free telephonic advice on a possible claim against the RAF. The prominent law firm have helped thousands of people settle their claims over the years and have a reputation for getting substantial RAF pay outs.
In this recent case, Justin was very impressed with de Broglio Attorneys Inc. and the way that they handled his RAF claim over the years. He said, “de Broglio were absolutely fabulous! I could not have asked for any better service from them.” Justin’s testimony highlights what de Broglio Attorneys Inc. are known for – excellent service and top results, time and time again.
His legal team and him attended the North Gauteng High Court in 2016 where his matter was settled for the stupendous amount of R3,400,491.00. What a huge success!!
Justin was also simplyoverjoyed with his settlement and reported, “Also again I couldn’t have asked for any better. I am going to use the money to try and get my legs fixed so I can start living again. I would recommend de Broglio Attorneys to anyone. I was kept up to date the whole time. They were really brilliant and helped me a lot throughout the case. Thanks a lot de Broglio.”
*Names have been changed to protect client confidentiality.
Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.