Seattle Law Firm Representing Seriously Injured Clients in the Pacific Northwest

The Law Offices of James S. Rogers represents injured individuals or their families against those who wrongly caused their injuries or death. We understand the devastation that accompanies a catastrophic personal injury or wrongful death.

We provide careful, personal attention to every case that we pursue and endeavor to ensure that those who have suffered severe injuries or lost loved ones can achieve justice in a satisfying and timely manner.

We regularly are associated with or are referred cases from lawyers in the area of:

The Law Offices of James S. Rogers has obtained substantial recoveries for clients in each of these areas of tort litigation.

About JSR Law

Mr. Rogers is profiled in a recent issue of King County Bar Bulletin.

The Law of Offices of James S. Rogers is recognized as one of the premier boutique trial law firms in the region.  James Rogers is a trial lawyer, who has had great success for over 39 years.

Mr. Rogers has been named one of the nation’s Best Lawyers® every year since 2002.  The Best Lawyers in America® is generally regarded as the premier peer review publication of its kind.  In fact, James S. Rogers was again selected for the 2013 Best Lawyers® in America, in both the personal injury and product liability categories. Additionally, he has been included as one of the Top 100 Washington Lawyers on the 2011 and 2012 lists of Washington Super Lawyers.

Mr. Rogers is profiled in a 2011 issue of the King County Bar Bulletin.

Mr. Rogers is a Fellow of the American College of Trial LawyersInternational Academy of Trial Lawyers, International Society of Barristers, and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He was also honored in 2010 as the “Outstanding Plaintiff’s Trial Lawyer of the Year” by Washington Defense Trial Lawyers.

Perhaps the greatest reward for James is obtaining excellent settlements or trial results for his clients. He prides himself on providing focused attention to each personal injury case that he accepts.