Lefevré is a director at Millers Inc. and leads the Litigation Department. He specializes in medical malpractice law, personal injury law, family law, water law, insurance, application for liquor license, motor vehicle accident claims, consumer protection law, as well as other litigation matters.

Lefevré is a B.Iuris and LL.B graduate from the University of the Free State. Before moving to George, he practiced as a prosecutor and state advocate, and later, as an attorney with a prominent law firm, MacRoberts, in Pretoria. He then joined Millers Inc. in 1997.

Lefevré is one of only a few lawyers that can claim expertise in the fields of medical malpractice, and personal injury law, recently obtaining a certificate in medical malpractice law cum laude. He believes in a balanced lifestyle, justice, and the truth, which is evident in going the extra mile for his clients.

His hobbies include going to the gym, hiking and painting. He also sang in the George Men's Choir and participated in various international choir competitions with the choir. He is a family man and, where possible, attends all his son's sport activities and renders support where he can.

Featured Articles - Lefevre Joubert

What is the test for medical negligence?

19 February 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

What is the chance of success with the institution of a claim for personal injury and medical negligence claims?

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Informed consent or no consent, that is the question

17 May 2021,  Lefevré Joubert

President Ramaphosa’s recent announcement that no one will be forced to participate in the Covid-19 vaccination program has raised the... question whether a patient can be subjected to medical treatment without the patient’s consent.

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Attorney gets justice for victim after RAF failings

09 December 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

The astonishing story of how the Road Accident Fund (RAF) failed an accident victim, who had to wait 12 years... to be paid out 

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Summons must be properly delivered, court rules

03 September 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

Leaving a summons lying on the grass where it can blow away or not be noticed is not the appropriate... way to serve it, especially if the document involves something as big as the possibility of losing one’s home.

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Level 2 Regulations Tougher on Evictions

25 August 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

In addition to elaborating on the conditions in terms of which restrictions on economic and other activity under Covid-19 lockdown... level two may be relaxed, the new disaster management regulations list factors to be considered by a court when determining whether to ‘suspend or stay’ an eviction or demolition order until the end of the State of Disaster.

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Both Spouses Liable For Child Maintenance

04 August 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

Even the rich feel the pinch of the economic impact of Covid-19, as a mother of two small children discovered... in the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria)

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Will First Offender Drunken Drivers Go To Jail?

15 June 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

In a recent Appeal Court Case the appellant had been convicted of driving whilst under the influence of liquor, in... violation of section 65(1) (a) of the National Road Traffic Act and driving without a valid driver's licence, in contravention of section 12(a) of the Act.

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Future Medical Claims : Common Law Developed To Include Payment In Kind

03 June 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

Until a recent Gauteng High Court judgement, our common law stipulated that damages must be paid in money and must... include all past and future damages, the so called “once and for all rule”.

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Article

What is the test for medical negligence?

19 February 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

What is the chance of success with the institution of a claim for personal injury and medical negligence claims?

READ MORE
2131
Article

Informed consent or no consent, that is the question

17 May 2021,  Lefevré Joubert

President Ramaphosa’s recent announcement that no one will be forced to participate in the Covid-19 vaccination program has raised the... question whether a patient can be subjected to medical treatment without the patient’s consent.

READ MORE
750
Article

Attorney gets justice for victim after RAF failings

09 December 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

The astonishing story of how the Road Accident Fund (RAF) failed an accident victim, who had to wait 12 years... to be paid out 

READ MORE
1012
Article

Summons must be properly delivered, court rules

03 September 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

Leaving a summons lying on the grass where it can blow away or not be noticed is not the appropriate... way to serve it, especially if the document involves something as big as the possibility of losing one’s home.

READ MORE
1277
Article

Level 2 Regulations Tougher on Evictions

25 August 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

In addition to elaborating on the conditions in terms of which restrictions on economic and other activity under Covid-19 lockdown... level two may be relaxed, the new disaster management regulations list factors to be considered by a court when determining whether to ‘suspend or stay’ an eviction or demolition order until the end of the State of Disaster.

READ MORE
695
Article

Both Spouses Liable For Child Maintenance

04 August 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

Even the rich feel the pinch of the economic impact of Covid-19, as a mother of two small children discovered... in the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria)

READ MORE
968
Article

Will First Offender Drunken Drivers Go To Jail?

15 June 2020,  Arno CrousLefevré Joubert

In a recent Appeal Court Case the appellant had been convicted of driving whilst under the influence of liquor, in... violation of section 65(1) (a) of the National Road Traffic Act and driving without a valid driver's licence, in contravention of section 12(a) of the Act.

READ MORE
814
Article

Future Medical Claims : Common Law Developed To Include Payment In Kind

03 June 2020,  Lefevré Joubert

Until a recent Gauteng High Court judgement, our common law stipulated that damages must be paid in money and must... include all past and future damages, the so called “once and for all rule”.

READ MORE
950
Article