|A graduate of the University of Cape Town, Martin holds the degrees BA.LLB and has been practising law in Cape Town since 1983 and specifically in the field of major personal injury claims since 1990. Born and bred in the Tsitsikama when it was still unspoilt, he is a keen, but untalented, runner and the father of two teenagers. A strong believer that thorough preparation and research of claims ensures success, he has confirmed this belief through long experience and enduring success.|
|Brian matriculated in Namibia in 1975 and holds a BA (Law degree) from the University of Cape Town and an LL.B from the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, and was admitted as an attorney in 1986. He was a founding partner of Lowe and Petersen Attorneys when it was established in 1993.
His practice focuses mainly on representing road accident victims against the Road Accident Fund, medical negligence law, Metrorail cases, delictual claims, the computation of damages claims and other civil matters.
|Greg graduated from the University of Cape Town with the degrees of BA LLB in 1996. He commenced his articles the following year in Johannesburg. In 2000, he relocated to Cape Town and joined Lowe & Petersen as a professional assistant. He became a partner in 2007. His areas of specialisation are personal injury claims and insurance law. Greg was born in Kwa-Zulu Natal, but grew up in Cape Town. He has a keen interest in motor vehicles and believes that diligence and hard work lead to success in all legal matters.|
|Ryan graduated with an LLB degree from the University of South Africa in 2010 and thereafter obtained a Diploma in Legal Practice. In October 2010 after serving his articles of clerkship at Lowe & Petersen he was admitted as an attorney and was appointed as a professional assistant to the firm’s partners. Ryan enjoys legal research and the challenges of litigation, with some part-time mountain biking thrown in for good measure.|