The Rogers Law Firm (TRLF) offers its clients the highest quality of legal services through its Litigation, Corporate, and Health Care practices. The Firm also offers clients estate planning and asset protection services. TRLF is uniquely situated to provide resourceful and innovative solutions to its clients in a cost-effective manner. The attorneys of the firm have been practicing together throughout their entire legal careers. Their collective experience and long-term working relationships allow them to solve complex problems in an effective and efficient manner.
Defense Verdict in Wrongful Death Action
October 31, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III secured a defense verdict in a wrongful death action on behalf of a nurse and hospital who were alleged to
have negligently evaluated and treated a patient.
TRLF Attorney is Nursing Conference Speaker
October 12, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III presented a talk at a second Nursing Conference this year sponsored by Mead Johnson.
Defense Verdict in Negligent Hiring and Supervision Case
June 23, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III secured a defense verdict on behalf of a nursing home and its Director of Nursing in a case where a nurse's aide
allegedly sexually assaulted a resident. The plaintiff alleged that the defendants had negligently hired the nurse's aide, who had been terminated at his last job for
issues of patient neglect.
TRLF Attorney Provides Presentation to Nursing Conference
May 18, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III presented a talk entitled Social Media Liability in Healthcare to a nursing conference sponsored by Mead Johnson.
$165,000 Settlement Secured in Police Misconduct Case
April 29, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III recently secured a settlement of $165,000 on behalf of four former local college students as a result
of a traffic stop by a police officer in a southeastern Massachusetts town. The police officer approached the vehicle with his gun drawn. When the driver expressed reservation
about exiting his vehicle, the police officer pulled the driver out of the vehicle, assaulted him, and placed him into handcuffs. When the
other occupants of the vehicle expressed concern for the driver, the officer allegedly drew his gun again and threatened them.
The driver was arrested and charged with failing to drive with his lights on, failing to stop for a police officer and resisting arrest. He was released on
personal recognizance the same night. The criminal charges were subsequently dismissed. A civil rights lawsuit was filed in Federal Court. After discovery
was undertaken, a settlement of $135,000 was secured for the driver. The other three occupants of the vehicle each secured settlements of $10,000.
TRLF Attorney Featured in Patriot Ledger
March 8, 2011 -- Wil Rogers, III of The Rogers Law Firm was featured in the South Shore Insider column in the Patriot Ledger.
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Defense Verdict on Behalf of Property Owner
March 7, 2011 -- Megan Grew of The Rogers Law Firm successfully defended a commercial property owner and its Director of Maintenance
in a lawsuit brought by a woman claiming severe injuries from an alleged property defect. A Norfolk County Superior Court jury returned a verdict in
favor of the property owner and the Director of Maintenance.
Settlement on Behalf of Business Owner in Dispute with Equipment Broker
February 26, 2011 -- Megan Grew of The Rogers Law Firm successfully settled a breach of contract case on behalf of a business owner in a dispute with an equipment broker. The owner alleged that the broker breached a broker agreement with the owner when he failed to timely deliver certain office equipment.