At Rogers Personal Injury Solicitors we deal with a wide range of personal injury claims. This is the only area of law we deal with, so it is safe to say that we fully understand the various aspects of the cases we take on.
Our team have vast experience when it comes to claims and are more than happy to answer any of your questions. We deal with clients from all over Ireland and are known for our approachable manner. All our clients will receive regular updates in regards to the progress of their case.
If you have had one of the following you can pursue a claim with our expert team:
Car accidents remain one of the most common incidents that lead to injury. Rogers Personal Injury Solicitors has extensive experience is dealing with the legal repercussions of road traffic accidents.
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, our expert team will be able to advise you on the appropriate legal steps to take following the accident.
We handle all aspects of road traffic personal injury claims in Dublin. Our previous case portfolio includes:
Accidents at work can be due to the negligence of other employees or due to the failure of management to provide a safe working environment.
Rogers Personal Injury Solicitors provides expert legal advice and legal representation through the oftentimes awkward process of seeking legal redress following a workplace accident.
Motorcyclists are among the most vulnerable of road users. Although they account for only 2% of license holders, fatal accidents involving motorcyclists account for about 10% of all road deaths on Irish roads.
Many more motorcyclists are injured every year due to the negligence of other road users. Our expert solicitors specialise in personal injury claims for motorcyclists who have been involved in a collision.
If an area is open to the public, then the custodians of that area have a duty of care to ensure it is safe and complies with all safety standards and directives.
If you have been injured due to an unsafe public space, get in contact with our offices today.
Negligence by medical professionals and organisations can cause extreme harm. A medical negligence case can encompass:
To review some of the previous personal injury cases and the experiences of our clients, please review our personal injury success stories blog post.
Personal Injury Dublin FAQ
1. What is a Personal Injury Claim?
Personal Injury is a general term referring to a range of cases where an individual was injured due to the negligence of a third party.
An injury can take many forms including physical injuries or even psychological issues that may prove harder to diagnose.
In most cases, it is impossible to predict how long an injury will affect a person’s life – and how much the treatment of this injury will end up costing the individual. The injured party must explore all their legal options.
Put simply if you have been injured due to the negligence of a third party and this injury has meant you incurred medical expenses or forced you to miss work, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim.
2. How are Personal Injury Claims Calculated?
A variety of factors are considered when calculating a personal injury claim.
These factors can include:
3. What is Contributory Negligence?
Contributory negligence is the term used to describe how much of the injury was the fault of the injured party.
Most people who are injured in an accident -- that wasn’t their fault -- are eligible to pursue a personal injury claim.
However, if the actions of the individual played a role in the accident or contributed to the severity of the inflicted injuries, the amount they are entitled to may be reduced.
Some examples of contributory negligence can include:
4. Do I Need a Dublin Personal Injury Solicitor?
If you have been injured in Dublin, it makes complete sense to seek out a Dublin personal injury solicitor – like Rogers Personal Injury Solicitors – who will have experience in this area.
By taking advantage of the legal expertise of a personal injury solicitor injured parties greatly increase their chances of making a successful claim.
A personal injury solicitor will also calculate the amount the claimant is entitled to, based on the severity of the injuries and the circumstances surrounding the accident.
A solicitor will also negotiate with the insurance company on behalf of the client.
An experienced personal injury solicitor will have specialist knowledge of the tactics an insurance company will employ to limit their liability and limit the amount they pay-out.
A solicitor will know how to counter these tactics, ensuring that claimants receive an appropriate amount of compensation for their injuries.
5. In Ireland, how long does a person have to make a personal injury claim?
In Ireland there is a statute of limitations on making a personal injury claim.
Generally speaking, an individual has 2 years from the date of the accident to make a personal injury claim.
However, this 2-year statute of limitations does not apply in the following circumstances:
What Our Clients Think
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!
Rogers Personal Injury Solicitors personal injury blog is continually being updated with the very latest Dublin personal injury news. Please review some of our historical posts below: