Have you, a friend or relative been involved in a sporting accident which has resulted in injury? Look no further. We are on your side and have experienced and dedicated solicitors here to help and advise you in making a personal injury claim. We offer a free, no obligation consultation with one of our fully trained New Client Team members who are waiting for you to call our free phone number right now on 0800 028 2060
Can I make a claim?
Unless you play at a professional level, a sporting activity is usually something done for fun and a great way to unwind and spend time with friends. As with most things in life however there is sometimes one person who takes things too far and perhaps doesn’t know when to stop. Particularly in team sports such as football, rugby, netball etc. we hear of injuries being sustained due to an overzealous opponent. If this has happened to you, you may well have a valid personal injury claim and we would encourage you to call us to have a free, no obligation discussion to find out more about what has happened and what your rights are.
You would think there would be little risk to being a spectator to an organised sporting event but that is not always the case. We are occasionally contacted by people who have been injured at such events due to inadequate lighting, unsafe seating and/or poorly maintained grounds.
Whatever the cause of the injury, if someone else is at fault then we encourage you to call us to find out if you are eligible to make a personal injury claim.
If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence we believe you have the right to be compensated for your suffering. Not only will you have suffered physically, your injury may have also resulted in time off work causing you to lose earnings and suffer financially. You may have needed to pay for medical treatment and we may be able to help you recover these costs.
Your claim may also make someone stop and think about their actions in the future. If you were a spectator, changes may be made to the safety of organised events following a claim, thus helping reduce the risk of another person being injured in the future.
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