In 1953 René LEBEAU founded an attorneys’ association together with Freddy SOUMAGNE.
When the latter died in 1978, Jacques LEBEAU joined the association.
In 1990 René and Jacques LEBEAU pooled their professional activity together with Pierre HUMBLET within the framework of the Cooperative Civil Society ‘LEBEAU & HUMBLET’ (Register of the civil societies at Liège, n° 455).
Pierre HUMBLET is currently the managing partner and executive director.
The other partners are Mr. Pierre FRANKIGNOUL and Mrs. Eve GEORGES.
They are working with the help of the attorneys Henriette Stassen and Florent Stockart.
They are assisted in secretariat by Mrs. Marguerite CASAS, Marina POLETTO, Corinne BAAR, Cristina POLETTO and Christine FETTWEIS.
It is a small-sized company aiming not only for a high working quality but also for an excellent relationship with its clients by a suitable, prompt and economical service.
LEBEAU & HUMBLET C.S. is located in the center of Liège, in very close proximity (60 miles) to Brussels, the capital of Europe.
LEBEAU & HUMBLET C.S. carries out a general practice of the law, taking on all necessary collaboration to study the problems that require more specific knowledge. It has of course extensive experience in negotiation, litigation and trial practice in the matter of liability and insurance such as motor vehicle liability, construction defects, professional, including medical, liability, companies’ civil liability, products liability, fire and water damages and health-disability insurance, regarding personal injury and property damage matters.
LEBEAU & HUMBLET C.S. is member of ‘Eagle International Associates Inc.‘, international network of experimented counsels in liability and insurance matters, in Europe and in the United-States, still within the same framework of independent small to medium size firms.
It can thus handle files of international nature both through this network and the linguistic abilities of its attorneys and staff. The LEBEAU & HUMBLET law firm is managing files and appearing before the Courts, in the 3 Belgian national languages.