Frank Rogers Law Ltd Info
Frank Rogers Law Ltd - Motoring Offence Solicitor in Birkenhead: Review
It's a common misconception that general practice firms are less able to handle various case types than specialists. The idea being that a solicitor who handles a dozen different types of cases over a year can't possibly be as good as a solicitor who handles just that one case type.
Certainly in very small firms and with sole practitioners if they state covering a simply massive range of cases - this will be true. However if, for example, the firm has only three solicitors and covers three distinct case areas - then it is very likely that each is a specialist.
That needed to be made clear because we don't recommend Frank Rogers simply because he only handles one area of law and therefore must be better. There are several other factors you should weigh up and research before settling on the person/firm that is right for you.
That's the obvious aim. But having worked with law firms for over 20+ years now, we know that experience is far more of a factor in success with motor offences. Failing to give driver identity information, speeding, totting up (when you've accumulated the maximum number of points), drink driving, driving with no insurance, using a mobile phone whilst driving and so on all have a range of options and mitigations.
We knew Frank Rogers when he was with Kirwans, so are aware of his previous experience. But how do you find out if it's your first time ever coming across a particular firm? If you're feeling bold, just ask - even if it's just a quick email. Note that many law firm's websites will make a statement such as "40 years of experience within the firm" or "20 years of combined experience". This is marketing jargon and simply means they added up the experience of everyone in the practice. For example, 5 solicitors x 4 years experience each = 20 years' experience. That's very different from your own solicitor have 20-40 years' of knowledge behind them.
You can usually look up the qualification dates and expertise of most solicitors on The Law Socienty's website. The page for this firm will provide you with several links to look information about the practice, people and cases worked on. There is a Law Society website for each area. One for Scotland, one for England/Wales, and one for Northern Ireland as each has quite separate legal setups. Frank Rogers is qualified to act within England & Wales.
One of the main searches online in this area is for 'loopholes' which is a concept we're not a fan of. It's something that gained prevalance after a number of celebrities (mostly premier league footballers) were breaking the law and getting away with it thanks to a lawyer nicknamed Mr Loophole by the press. Whilst Frank Rogers does state he know the loopholes, that is absolutely not how most cases are 'won'.
Unlike many firms who want you to call and speak to them before they hit you with the bad news of how much it's going to cost - this firm's site has an entire page with clear prices and package descriptions of various scenarios. Please note that whilst some firms may say they work with Legal Aid, the restrictions on who actually merits that help are unbelievably tight. Make sure to find out first if you qualify before really getting in to things with that firm.
Also keep an eye out for whether a firm offers a free consultation with the actual qualified solicitor who may be running your case. This should be stated clearly on their website with a time such as 15 mins, 30 mins or 1 hour. If it's not stated, then it's likely you will have to pay up front to get any real advice. Do Frank Rogers offer this?
They also appear to have a genuine Blog section. Unfortunately most companies, not just in the legal industry, use the Blog section to create a dozen extra sales pitches disguised as news or information.
There aren't any step by step guides on how to handle a defence yourself. But basic matters such as "What Happens If You’re Caught Speeding?", "What are the likely penalties for an SP30 offence?", and "How long do points stay on your licence?" are covered. Certainly if you can get these basic answers sorted first, you can get much more out of your free consultation. So that's good.
Finding information on Frank Rogers Law as a firm may be tricky for a while. As we said, he worked at Kirwans Solicitors for many years. So when you type "frank rogers law" into Google, it's currently mostly reviews of the Kirwans law firm that show up in the results. With law firms, people tend to prefer reviews on third party boards such as Google, Yelp, Trustpilot and Yell.com over those posted on the firm's testimonial page. However in lieu of such being available yet:
We've linked to the official site www.frankrogerslaw.co.uk above. We saw that www.frankrogers.co.uk is a different firm dealing with property with neither www.frankrogerslaw.com or www.frankrogers.com having anything on them yet. It's always a good idea to bookmark a law firm's site if you plan to return to it frequently. But it's mainly property matters that are targeted by scammers at the moment.
General Notes: Usually if Legal Aid is possible we've mentioned it above, but you can always ask. We haven't looked in depth at their recruitment program so are unaware of any job vacancies available. For a career with Frank Rogers Law Ltd it's best to visit the website (www.frankrogerslaw.co.uk), check opening hours, and find the correct phone/email contact details. Simply emailing a CV to reception looks lazy. Each law firm's Law Society and/or SRA number should be on their site, usually at the bottom of each page.
This Frank Rogers Law Ltd article is rated
4.5 / 5 based on 25 reviews. †
Other Law Firms with Reviews like Frank Rogers Law Ltd:
» www.oj-solicitors.co.uk - The fact they've even translated their website into those languages is also a plus ...
» www.pennchambers.co.uk - We noticed though ...
» www.hutcheonlaw.co.uk - For example ...
» www.taborns.com - Taborns went above and beyond to understand our requirements and source the individuals we needed ...
» www.ainakhanlaw.com - While looking around for information about this firm you may see references to both Aina Khan Solicitors and Aina Khan Law Ltd ...
» www.artington.com - Certainly Artington Legal have a good selection /b of both well-seasoned experience along with plenty of youthful injections ...
» www.apprisels.co.uk - Quite often we've seen reviews about a firm that have clearly been put under the wrong company and even one star reviews with very positive comments ...
» www.mtapersonalinjury.com - There are also two Bromley addresses knocking around as well ...
» www.allsopdurn.co.uk - They list standard rates and some examples based on various case types ...
» www.thorpewilson.co.uk - Having worked with law firms for over 20 years now ...
» www.asgharandco.com - Certainly if you see the same thing repeated a few times in negative comments ...
» www.ianmallon.com - There could be some common spelling errors such as 'Malon' or people looking up other variations such as ianmallonsolicitors ...
» www.dfalaw.co.uk - Obviously we were impressed enough with this firm /b to add them to our network ...
» www.sr-law.co.uk - Whilst many firms will use the Blog/News/Article section to just write extra sales pitches thinly disguised as help - Simons Rodkin have put together some really in-depth help pieces that can give you a decent head start in understanding your case and what's needed ...
|-- Add your Firm --|
This list is based on the Legal Ombudsman's complaints database, adjusted for relevant circumstances such as firm size:
» DAS Law Limited
» Trade Union Legal LLP
» Advantage Property Lawyers Ltd
» Beaumont Abs Ltd
» Butcher and Barlow LLP
» Lyons Davidson Limited
» Poole Alcock LLP
» Attwaters Jameson Hill
» Duncan Lewis Solicitors Ltd
» Irwin Mitchell LLP
This list is updated by us every 3-6 months as new data is released. The Legal Ombudsman's complaints database can be viewed by anyone here »
Barclays pummelled by another £300m hit from PPI claims - www.thisismoney.co.uk
US law firm urges UK pension funds to file Deepwater claims against BP - www.guardian.co.uk
Everything You Need To Know About The Candidates: The first thing to do when dealing with a legal issue is to find a solicitor. Conveyancers merely handle property /land sales and purchases. solicitors are somewhat more general but will usually have someone. . On whining o ...
Just how to Get a normal Power Of Attorney: Especially check address details to the division - some rogue firms have managed to get themselves on the register by adding themselves as a fake branch of a valid business. Although solicitors will likely deal with count ...
Add Your Lawfirm To Their Lawfirm Directory (And Get Featured!): They have already been in the company since 1865 placement them as one among the oldest law firms in Copenhagen and offer guidance of high professional standards. Online advertising has proven to be somewhat successful an ...