• 10/01/2024 0 Comments
    Motorbike accidents across Ireland are on the rise: but why?

    As we at Rogers Solicitors closely monitor road safety trends in Ireland, it becomes evident that motorbike accidents witness a concerning upswing during the winter months. The reason for this surge can be attributed to multiple factors and can inadvertently cause unwanted implications including potential legal. Our role as Motorbike Accident Solicitors is to secure justice for victims.

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  • 13/12/2023 0 Comments
    On the Road to Recovery: Navigating Bicycle Claims with Rogers Solicitors

    Cycling is not just a means of transportation; it's a way of life for many enthusiasts who enjoy the freedom of two wheels. Unfortunately, accidents involving cyclists can happen, leading to injuries and complications. When the unexpected occurs, understanding the legal avenues for bicycle claims is essential.

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  • 05/10/2023 0 Comments
    Navigating the Road to Recovery: We're Here for You After a Cyclist Accident in Dublin

    Cyclist accidents in Dublin can be jarring and disheartening, but we want to assure you that your safety and well-being are our top priorities. Whether you're a daily commuter, a weekend adventurer, or a visitor exploring our city, we believe that everyone deserves a safe and secure journey on Dublin's roads.

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  • 17/02/2023 0 Comments
    Motorcycle accidents: Some of the Most Common Questions Answered

    As Dublin's most established motorcycle solicitors, we often get questions about the specifics of motorcycle accidents.

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  • 31/03/2022 0 Comments
    5 Motorcyclists killed on Irish Roads in March 2022

    It’s with a heavy heart that we add this blog post. As motorcycle accident claim specialists and enthusiastic motorbike riders, we are saddened by the events that have transpired throughout March 2022.

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  • 21/12/2021 0 Comments
    Motorcyclists Fatalities in Ireland Throughout 2021

    For many, 2021 will remain a strange and in many ways unprecedented year in their memories. While not as unusual as 2020, 2021 was still marked with business closures and restrictions easing before being reintroduced.

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  • 26/08/2021 0 Comments
    The 2020 Road Safety Review of Fatal Collisions

    On the 21st of January 2021, the Irish Road Safety Authority released its 2020 provisional review of fatal collisions. As this review is subject to change as more information becomes available we feel enough time has now elapsed that the statistics we’re going to present will remain accurate for the foreseeable future.

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  • 21/08/2019 0 Comments
    Motorbike Accident Claims:* Fact vs. Fiction

    With the on-going controversy surrounding so-called claim culture, it is becoming increasingly difficult to get real information on motorbike accident claims.*

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  • 23/07/2019 0 Comments
    Road Traffic Accident Claims Involving Motorcyclists and Bicycles

    Recently our sister site completed a blog where they discussed the various different types of road traffic accidents that happen on Dublin roads.

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  • 23/05/2019 0 Comments
    Motorbike Accident Claims: The facts

    As we have been at pains to emphasis on recent blogs, motorcyclists are over-represented in collision statistics.

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  • 04/03/2019 0 Comments
    Bike Accidents: The Facts

    Love it or hate it, bikes have made an overwhelming comeback these past ten years. A combination of health concerns, traffic congestion and a successful cycle to work scheme, have helped the humble bicycle become almost as ubiquitous on city roads as the car.

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  • 02/05/2018 0 Comments
    The Irish Times Annual Crash Report & Bike Accident Claims

    The Irish Times published its annual Crash Report last week. This yearly report illuminated some startling statistics. These statistics should be of particular interest to motorcyclists and cyclists.
    The annual Irish Times Crash report gathers data on road traffic collisions from the Road Safety Authority, the National Roads Authority and the Garda.
    We highly recommend you read the full report but below we concentrate on what the report means for motorcyclists and cyclists on Irish roads.

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  • 19/06/2017 0 Comments
    Whiplash and Soft Tissue Injuries

    When someone is involved in a road traffic accident, whether this is in a car or a motorbike, the level of injuries that you can sustain can be extremely serious. The two most common parts of the body to suffer injury are the neck and back in road traffic accidents. When you are involved in a car crash, the velocity of the cars coupled with the weight of the vehicles can cause rapid movements which can cause you to sustain serious whiplash injuries.

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  • Pothole on a tarmac road
    19/06/2017 0 Comments
    Potholes & The Law

    I much prefer riding in Summer than in Winter for obvious reasons. It was actually dry last Sunday morning (shock, horror!) so off I went for a spin.

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  • Point of view photograph of a motorcyclists driving down a long empty highway
    19/06/2017 0 Comments
    Street Legal - In The Can

    Motorcycle videos are getting some serious hits on YouTube. Be it for reviewing bikes, showing off your Moto GP style riding skills or simply giving viewers a glimpse into your riding world, there’s no denying just how amazing these cameras are at capturing the spirit of motorcycling.

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