Created in Japan in the 1880s, judo is a prestigious Olympic sport taught by practitioners known as judoka. People who find conventional gym workouts boring and repetitive should consider taking part in judo to learn the art of self-defence and combat stress.
Improve your physical condition and mental stamina
Judo is not only an invaluable physical workout that enables you to burn a significant amount of calories, it is also great for the mind. You can improve your self-esteem, learn self-discipline techniques and enjoy a healthier mind and body for the future.
All sports carry a risk of accidents and injuries
Despite the ample physical and psychological benefits of judo, this sport, like any sport, does involve a risk of injuries and trips or falls. While serious injuries are unlikely to occur in judo, some participants can experience spinal problems, bruises, cuts or suffer from slipped vertebrae discs.
Have you experienced an injury that was someone else’s fault?
If you have suffered a judo injury in the last three years that was not your fault, you could be eligible to claim compensation. For example, if you experienced an injury while not being properly supervised, or experienced a slip or fall on a slippery floor, you could be compensated for any hardship you may have experienced, just as an employee experiencing a repetitive strain injury can make a repetitive strain injury claim and seek work accident compensation.
A professional, reliable injury law team
Established for many years, Accident Advice Helpline has helped thousands of people get compensation for injuries and slips, trips or falls that were not their fault. This is not just limited to judo injuries; this includes accidents in all kinds of settings, from work accidents and car crash claims to claims from people who have been injured in a road traffic accident.
Our patron is the renowned consumer champion Esther Rantzen, who has been the face of our company for a number of years. Most of our claimants do not need to go to a court appointment, because the majority of our claims can be processed on the phone.
No win no fee*
We also operate strictly on a 100 per cent no win no fee* basis, which means you won’t have to pay us any fees even if your injury claim is not successful.
Date Published: September 30, 2014
Author: Accident Advice