Arthur Lefebvre passed away on November the 3rd, 2018 after a long, brave battle with cancer. At the age of 67.
Arthur Lefebvre was a senior partner in the law firm of Lefebvre & Lefebvre LLP. His area of practice was limited exclusively to personal injury litigation. He was recognized, not only in Brant County, but also throughout Southern Ontario, for his level of expertise and diligence in acting on behalf of injured plaintiffs. He was also the leader of an experienced team of three other lawyers, including Lawrence Gan, Paul Oddi and Vince Bucci, who do personal injury claims on behalf of plaintiffs.
Mr. Lefebvre is a graduate of the University of Toronto and received his law degree from Queen’s University in 1977. He has been a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association for 30 years and a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association for 25 years. He was the President of the Brant County Law Association and a member of the Advocates’ Society.
Mr. Arthur Lefebvre has a view towards the practice of representing plaintiffs, that recognizes that individuals who suffer tort related injuries require the help of understanding and capable counsel. Mr. Lefebvre believes that great satisfaction comes from practicing law in an area where the clients who need help, are helped and receive the assistance and financial compensation that they deserve and require.
The philosophy of helping others flows over into Mr. Arthur Lefebvre’s community involvement. He has been President of Jaycees Brantford Non-Profit Home since 1983 and President of St. Basil (Brantford) Community Home since 1999. He is Past President of the Brantford and District Brain Injury Association. Mr. Arthur Lefebvre was the Chairman of the Committee of Adjustment for the County of Brant. He is actively involved in St. Plus X Church. He was also a member of the Brantford An Quaich Society.
Arthur Lefebvre is married to Dianne and they have five children and currently four grandchildren.
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