If you are an acrobat who has been seriously injured while training or performing it may become necessary to seek acrobatics accident advice. If your injuries initially appear less serious you should still see a doctor, and a physiotherapist might be involved in ongoing treatment. This is important, as medical notes will support any subsequent claim. If the accident was not your fault and you feel you should make a claim then you will need expert legal advice. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have lawyers with the experience and expertise to give you the acrobatics accident advice you require.
How we can help you
Following your acrobatics injury you may not be sure of the options open to you. One of those options might be to make an acrobatics injury claim. In order to make such a claim it must be shown that you were not responsible for the incident. Therefore, we will need to hear your own version of the events that led to your acrobatics accident and those of any witnesses. Our advice to anyone who has suffered an accident is to get the names and contact details of anyone who witnesses the incident.
Your physical condition following an acrobatics accident is important. This form of activity can lead to serious injuries, particularly if the spine is damaged. Even if you feel any injuries following the accident are only minor, our advice is to see your doctor as any injury can worsen over time.
As well as the personal pain and suffering following an acrobatics injury, you may also suffer unforeseen financial hardship. This could be caused by wages lost during time off work recovering, prescription costs and the expense of travelling to and from treatment sessions. Should you decide to go for private treatment, such as with a chiropractor that will also add your post injury expenses.
Our advice in this situation is to keep a record and receipts of all costs and these can be included in any claim.Open Claim Calculator
How to contact us
Accident Advice Helpline makes it as easy as possible for people who have suffered accidents to contact us. We have a 24-hour Helpline for landlines and mobiles. You can also text us to have an adviser call you back.
It is crucial you contact us as soon after your accident as possible because generally there is a three year time limit in which to make a claim.
No win, No fee*
One thing that puts people off seeking legal advice following an accident is the cost. You should have no such fears when contacting Accident Advice Helpline. Our personal injury solicitors work on a no win, no fee* basis. This means you do not have to pay any money to start a claim.
Acrobatics accident advice is available to advise you; contact us at Accident Advice Helpline without delay.