Whilst the art of aerial yoga is meant to be a relaxing activity, there are various ways in which it can end in injury. If you’re the unfortunate victim of an aerial yoga injury, you might be eligible to file for an aerial yoga accident claim, and win financial compensation for your suffering.
The difference between aerial yoga and conventional yoga is that the former takes place suspended off the ground in flexible hammocks. It should therefore be fairly obvious why it carries a higher degree of risk than regular yoga. With the addition of height, comes the potential for injury – particularly if equipment isn’t properly cared for, or safety guidelines aren’t fully met.
Can Accident Advice Helpline win my case?
Accident Advice Helpline is a well-established personal injury law firm with more than 14 years’ experience. Our dedicated solicitors have won personal injury cases of all different shapes and sizes – everything from Zumba to footbridge accidents, and compensation for industrial accidents.
We work on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis in order to secure the financial compensation that you deserve for an accident which wasn’t your fault. If you had an aerial yoga accident in the last three years, you may be eligible to make an aerial yoga accident claim. To find out for sure, call our advisers direct today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for a free consultation.
Why is it important to make a claim?
If you’re the victim of an accident which wasn’t your fault, it is important to ascertain who is to blame, and whether or not you are owed financial remuneration for medical bills, lost wages, physical and emotional suffering.
It is also important to remember that if you are willing to file a claim against a negligent third party, you are directly contributing to the future safety of aerial yoga equipment and classes. If your claim is successful, it is likely that others will be spared the pain of this kind of injury or accident.
How do I make a claim?
To make an aerial yoga accident claim, you only have to call our experts for a consultation. This involves six brief questions, designed to ascertain whether or not your case is eligible for financial compensation. Once you have answered these questions, you will be given a direct assessment of your case. We will only go ahead with a claim, if we believe that it has a good chance of success.
If we do proceed with your case, you will be asked to recall the details of your aerial yoga accident and to provide any photographic evidence that you may have as support for your claim. This includes clear images of damaged or poorly-maintained equipment, unsafe practice environments or any evidence of clearly flouted health and safety guidelines.
The path towards recovery can be a difficult one, but the experts at Accident Advice Helpline are here to make sure that the journey is a safe and successful one.