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Jones, Roger
Roger Jones
Partner
Telephone: +44 20 7667 9164
Mobile: +44 77 1763 1487

Roger Jones

-Partner

Roger is a partner based in our London office. He qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1992. He has been with Kennedys since 1992.

His clients include large composite insurers, Lloyd’s syndicates, managing general agents, and large corporates.

Roger has a specialist focus on large loss and catastrophic injuries, including brain and spinal injury, amputations, brachial plexus injury, severe psychiatric injury (including work-related stress), chronic pain and loss of senses.

He also specialises in jurisdiction and applicable law issues, as well as disease claims including industrial deafness, asbestos-related conditions, dermatitis and respiratory diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. 

Roger regularly writes articles for insurance and legal journals.

He lectures in-house to insurers and externally to legal professionals and claims handlers on insurance-related topics e.g. personal injury (employers’ and public liability), insurance coverage and civil procedure.

He is also a member of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and Travel and Tourism Lawyers Association.

Work highlights

Roger acted for insurers in Dowson v Chief Constable of Northumbria Police, successfully defending claims for £2.5m for bullying and harassment.

McLennan v Hartford Europe Ltd. Successfully defended a £1.5m claim by an employee who alleged to have suffered chronic pain due to stress.

Managing a £1.5m claim by an employee who suffered a serious injury to his right foot when a one tonne weight fell on it, resulting in a below-the-knee amputation three years later. 

Dealing with a £1m above-the-knee amputation claim, where an employee suffered a splinter injury from a wooden pallet which subsequently became infected.

Settled an employers’ liability claim, estimated at £1.75m, for £500,000 for a closed-head injury resulting in cognitive impairment where liability and quantum were in issue.