Many of our clients tell us that they feel nervous when it comes to making a claim. Your employer will have an insurance policy to protect against such claims, so this will cover them in such an event. It is important to note that a pay-out comes from the insurance company and not your employer. It is also important to understand that any injuries may last much longer than your current job. Our team are more than happy to answer any questions you have in relation to workplace accidents.
The first step should always be to notify management in the event of any workplace accident. They will then report the accident and place this on record. We always advise that you request a copy of this and read over.
Always seek medical attention in order to ensure that you get back to health as soon as possible.
The first step is to get in touch with Rogers Solicitors today. We are even open on Saturdays and available 24/7 to take your calls, texts and emails.
What Our Clients Think
Great service. Gavin was lovely. Very nice man and helped my husband throughout a hard time in his life.
Professionalism all the way.. Highly Recommended! Thank you Rogers Solicitors for everything!
Brian was involved in a road traffic accident in 2015 after his car was hit from behind by a third party at traffic lights in Dublin City centre.
Brian got in touch with us on a Friday afternoon and one of our Solicitors arranged to meet Brian at his home on the Saturday. Brian had 2 concerns – the damage to his car and the pain in his lower back. We spent just over one hour with Brian on obtained all the information we needed to get the case started ...
On the lookout for staff
Rogers Solicitors are on the lookout for new Solicitors to join their team. If you know anyone suitable then please ask them to email in a CV.
Rogers Solicitors developing mobile app
Rogers Solicitors are currently developing a mobile phone app which all of their clients can log onto to track the progress of their case and also to get in touch with the team. The project will be rolled out very soon. Stay tuned!
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