Ben Rogers > Stewarts Law LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Partner in the Personal Injury department. Ben specialises in acting for claimants in catastrophic personal injury claims, and has particular expertise in spinal cord, brain, complex orthopaedic, amputee and burns injuries. He has a particular interest in technology and was the first lawyer to secure landmark awards of damages for the purchase and replacement of REX and Ekso GT exoskeletons.
Ben has a proven record of successfully litigating complex liability and quantum claims arising from road traffic accidents, employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability and military claims and is recognised for maximising damages recovery for technological advances.
A leading legal directory states that Ben “really pushes the boat out for clients”. He has been described as “absolutely fantastic – one of the most committed lawyers I’ve worked with”.
Ben was interviewed by BBC Radio Kent on the Sheppey Crossing crash in September 2013 and appeared on Channel 5 news and News at 10 in respect of a client of Stewarts.
He spoke at the APIL Conference in 2016, introducing his client Mark Pollock who spoke to the conference about “Life after injury”.
He gives regular presentations on exoskeleton technology, including at Therapy Expo at the NEC at the end of 2016.
He has contributed to APIL PI Focus magazine, co-authoring an article entitled An Unusual Case about the Pollock case that appeared in the September 2016 edition.
Ben was educated at St Joseph’s College, Ipswich and Colchester Royal Grammar School. He obtained a Law degree from the University of Bristol before completing the Legal Practice Course (with commendation) from Nottingham Trent University. Ben qualified in 1999, specialising in claimant personal injury with a well-respected east London firm before moving to Stewarts at the beginning of 2006. He became a partner in May 2010.
- Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
- APIL Special Interest Groups – Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Damages, Costs & Funding and Military
- APIL Senior Litigator
St Joseph’s College, Ipswich; Colchester Royal Grammar School; University of Bristol (LLB Hons (2:1)); University of Aix-en Provence; Nottingham Trent University (LPC (Commendation)).
Playing member of Maldon Rugby Football Club.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
As of May 2022, Daniel Herman has taken over from Paul Paxton as leader of the ‘standout’ personal injury offering at Stewarts Law LLP. The team deals with the most complex, high-value catastrophic personal injury claims, acting exclusively for clients who have suffered life-changing injuries worth a minimum of £1m in damages – its cases often involve road traffic or workplace accidents resulting in such issues as brain, spinal, psychiatric and orthopaedic injury, as well as injuries requiring amputation. It also has extensive experience dealing with cross-border cases. The team’s ethos is that every partner has fewer clients and a smaller workload, allowing them the time necessary to focus fully on the cases that they are running. Stephanie Clarke has been involved with some of the team’s most complex cases in recent years, including a landmark interim payment settlement. Kara Smith leads the pro bono team, which provides 10,000 hours worth of free legal advice to hospital patients, annually. Managing partner Stuart Dench, Charles Edwards and Ben Rogers are also recommended.
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- Personal injury: claimant - London > Insurance
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