We Are Solicitors And We Ride Bikes
Bikers and cyclists are among the most vulnerable users of the road. If you have been involved in an accident in the last two years, call Rogers Solicitors today. We can usually tell within one hour whether or not you have a case.
Motorcyclists are a vulnerable group of road users and as such are involved in a higher number of accidents than motorists. If you are a motorcyclist and have been involved in an accident please get in contact with us today.
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As investment continues to be poured into resources for cyclists, (tax schemes, cycle lanes etc.) the number of cyclists on Irish roads continues to increase. However, so too does the number of accidents, if you’ve been involved in an accident please get in contact with us today.
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Rogers Solicitors understands the stress a road user is put under after a traffic collision and we understand how confusing it initially appears to receive legal redress for incurred injuries. We make the process as simple as possible and we invite you to get in touch today.
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If you’ve been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault we invite you to get in contact with Rogers Solicitors today. We aim to make the process of receiving legal redress for your injuries as simple and as straight forward as possible.
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We specialise in bike accident claims, 100% of our cases are in relation to bicycle and motorbike claims.
We are proud to be Ireland's first motorbike and bicycle solicitors.
You are safe in the knowledge that your claim will be handled by an experienced team.
All our solicitors are motorcyclists and understand the needs and requirements of bikers. Call us on 01 6177949
Our clients are our priority. We put you first, giving you access to an experienced and dedicator team of solicitors.
Are you a motorcyclist that has been injured in a road traffic accident? Then please feel free to get in contact with Rogers Solicitors to discuss your options.
My name is Ciaran Rogers, Solicitor, biker and owner of Rogers Solicitors, Ireland.
"We ride. We know."
I am a specialist Personal Injury Solicitor and I represent bikers who have been injured through no fault of their own across Ireland. I am a keen motorcyclist and have been riding bikes for most of my life. I got my first bike when I was ten years old and have been hooked ever since.
After specialising solely in Personal Injury law for almost 10 years, I set up Rogers Solicitors with the specific goal of serving the motorcycle community in Ireland. We are fast building a reputation across Ireland for aggressively pursuing, and winning, motorcycle accident cases.
Clients warm to us because we are straight talking and we are well versed in motorcycle law. We do not practice in any other area of law.
If you have had an accident on two wheels then please get in touch with my firm using the contact forms on screen and let us take care of the rest. We cover all of Ireland and will travel nationwide to meet you face to face.
How Long will a Bike Accident Claim Take?
How much will a motorbike accident personal injury* case cost me?
A personal injury solicitor is obligated to inform a claimant of the legal fees they will be expected to pay.
At Rogers Solicitors we also make a point of reminding customers that they are under no obligation to pursue a claim, and we are more than happy to go through our pricing structure in detail, so you can make the most informed decision possible.
Will my bike accident claim go to court?
What is the first step in proceeding with a bike accident claim?
Motorbike Accident Claim* Legal Advice
If you have been involved in a motorbike accident you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.
In cases where you have suffered a serious injury, you will be taken to the hospital directly by ambulance.
Even if the injury you have a sustained seems quite minor, it is still important to visit your local medical facility as soon as possible. Even minor injuries can lead to serious complications if not attended to by a medical professional.
Shock after an accident can have a numbing effect, making it seem as though injuries aren’t as serious as they actually are.
In cases, where the motorbike accident is serious, the Gardai will appear on the scene to assess the accident, take statements from the individuals involved, and take statements from any witnesses.
After a Motorbike Accident, you should Report the Accident to the Gardai.
Even if the motorbike accident seems fairly minor it is extremely important to report the accident to the Gardai.
Oftentimes – following a minor accident – the Gardai will not visit the scene. Therefore it is important that you gather the appropriate information from the other party involved in the accident.
Once this information is taken you should visit your nearest Gardai Station. You should request that they take the details about the accident and take your statement. This information may be important if you decide to pursue a motorbike accident claim.*
Gather and record all information concerned with the Motorbike accident
Before discussing the motorbike accident with a solicitor, you must have a clear version of the events pieced together.
When possible you should gather:
Speak to a Specialist Motorbike Accident Solicitor
If you decide to price with a motorbike accident claim* you must contact a specialist motorbike accident solicitor.*
Rogers Solicitors’s expert knowledge of motorbike injury claims can help to move your case along efficiently and professionally.
In certain cases, Rogers Solicitors can negotiate with the other party's insurance company on your behalf, in an attempt to settle the case through the insurance company.
The defined steps of processing a motorbike accident claim* are:
Rogers Solicitors submits your personal injury claim* to the injuries board. The injuries board accesses the claim and suggests a compensation amount.
This payment comes from the person at fault for the accident.
If both parties agree to the compensation amount, the case is settled and closes. If either party disagree with the compensation amount then legal proceedings begin.
Oftentimes a motorbike accident claim* is settled before court proceedings begin. Settlements are achieved by conducting settlement talks and meetings.
If a settlement is not agreed upon, then the case will proceed to court where a judge will decide the amount of compensation that you will be awarded.
For more information on the process involved in filing a motorbike injury claim, get in contact with Rogers Solicitors today.