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R2,555,786.00 Settlement Welcomed by Client

updated: 30-Aug-15

Recently recognized for the second year in a row as a Top Performing Company in South Africa, de Broglio Attorneys handle personal injury, medical negligence and Road Accident Fund claims. They assist people from all walks of life and handle cases from smaller dog bites all the way through to RAF claims worth millions of Rands. 

In one such claim, Brendon Grobler* employed de Broglio Attorneys to handle his RAF claim. An oncoming vehicle turned right in front of him as he proceeded through an intersection and collided with him as he was driving along his right of way on his motorcycle. He sustained a broken right leg and knee in the accident. 

After the accident, he was admitted in hospital for almost 3 months and subsequently spent much time in hospitals undergoing a total of five operations. 

Brendon decided to use de Broglio Attorneys to sue the RAF after he was referred to them by one of his family members, “One of my nephews referred me to de Broglio, they went through a similar process and they referred me to them.”

Brendon was extremely happy with the service and results obtained for him by de Broglio Attorneys, “as you know, these claims take a long time…They got results for me and that’s what I wanted. They are professional and keep me up to date with the status of my claim. You never in a mystery of what is happening in your case you always know what is happening.”

The matter was settled in the North Gauteng High Court for the substantial amount of R2,555,786.00. 

Overjoyed with the settlement, Brendon said, “I am happy with that and I am relieved that it is finally over with. We can all start a new chapter in our lives and things can move on from here.”

*Names have been changed to protect client confidentiality.


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