The Bobroffs' Plan B

The Bobroffs' Plan B

When the court ordered an inspection, the firm’s computer server was struck by lightning.

Noseweek is in possession of documents that suggest the beleaguered Gauteng law firm of Ronald Bobroff & Partners  Inc (RBP) – notorious for its exploitation of Road Accident Fund claimants – has been quietly preparing since late 2013 for the possibility that two of its directors might have their names struck off the Roll of Attorneys.

Former RBP clients Jennifer and Matthew Graham hauled Ronald Bobroff, his son Darren, and their firm to the Pretoria High Court this time last year demanding that they justify the fees that they charged Matthew, who had claimed damages after sustaining brain damage in a road accident.

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