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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    What accidents exist within jujitsu?

    Like any exercise, participants of jujitsu must accept there is always a risk of injuries in this sport. However, in some circumstances, you may experience an injury that is not your fault, but the fault of someone else, whether it’s another participant or a person in a position of authority.

    All sports carry the risk of injury

    Common injuries associated with jujitsu include bruises and torn ligaments, while more serious accidents can include dislocations, toe drags or lacerations. To minimise the risk of injuries and slips, trips and falls, jujitsu participants are required to wear special equipment such as wrestling shoes, a mouth guard, wraps and ear guards.

    Jujitsu participants are advised to maintain good hygiene to prevent skin conditions affecting scratches, rashes and other areas of the skin. Defer a class if you feel unwell and do not practice jujitsu without a qualified instructor to supervise you.

    Don’t forget to make a claim for an accident that wasn’t your fault

    If you have experienced a jujitsu injury caused by damaged equipment or inadequate protection, you could claim for financial compensation. Likewise, you may also be able to get compensation for many other types of no-fault injuries and slips and trips, such as accidents at work or a repetitive injury strain claim involving industrial machinery. You have nothing to lose by contacting us, so don’t hesitate to call us to find out if could make a claim.

    Recommended by the consumer champion Esther Rantzen

    The popular TV personality and journalist Esther Rantzen has been the face of Accident Advice Helpline for many years. Throughout her career, she has campaigned for many charitable causes and consumer rights, receiving a coveted CBE for her services, in 2006.

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    How you can make a claim

    Get in touch with the friendly team at Accident Advice Helpline if you think you could be eligible to get compensation for an accident that took place in the last three years and wasn’t your fault. This could include a car crash claim involving dangerous driving, or a claim for repetitive injury strain compensation for injuries caused by work accidents and trips and slips that were not your fault.

    A 100 per cent no win no fee** law firm

    We can let you know within seconds whether your claim is successful and, if so, how much compensation you could get. You can also take our website calculator, which will tell you within just 30 seconds if you could have an eligible claim.

    Date Published: September 30, 2014

    Author: Accident Advice

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