We take pride in fighting for individuals. With decades of combined experience, we can take on corporations and governments in personal injury and wrongful death cases so our clients don't have to. We are determined and relentless when we take on a case. For us, it's personal. We are dedicated to finding justice for our clients.Request a Free Consultation
The Law Offices of James S. Rogers believes the most important thing is safety and health: the safety and good health of our families, clients, and community, as well as of people the world over.
Our law firm is working 100% remotely from our homes. We are fully open, and conducting depositions, conferences and other work through videoconferencing and other technology.
– Jimmy Rogers
In May, Jimmy Rogers and Heather Cover led a virtual presentation to a statewide law firm of personal injury lawyers, GLP.
They were invited to present to a group of personal injury attorneys on identifying a crashworthiness case in a standard collision case.
James S. Rogers is the current president of the Damage Attorneys Roundtable (DART).
DART is an invitational group of the leading plaintiff personal injury trial lawyers in Washington State.
The Law Offices of James S. Rogers is focused on providing our clients and their families the best representation we can. Our team exhausts every effort to secure a positive judgement in their favor. We use great judgement in the cases we select and we will never shy away from fighting for justice.
We have more than six decades of combined experience, and a track record of success in prosecuting serious personal injury cases including crashworthiness, product liability, child sex abuse, government liability, catastrophic death or injury and medical malpractice.
Our firm is highly respected and has been named by Best Lawyers as a First Tier law firm.
Our firm has recovered millions for our clients over the years.
Justice consists not in being neutral between right and wrong, but in finding out the right and upholding it, wherever found, against the wrong