Kickboxing is a fast-paced contact sport, which involves a combination of moves involving kicking and jabbing. Kickboxing is a dangerous sport, and this is why safety precautions must be taken. If you have been injured during a training session or you’re thinking about claiming compensation for a kickboxing fight injury, Accident Advice Helpline can help.
Can I claim for a kickboxing accident?
Compensation is not awarded to everyone who sustains an injury. In order to claim for a kickboxing fight injury, there must be a clear case of negligence. Carelessness can develop on behalf of the opponent, the coach or the individual. Liability can also fall with the company responsible for the management of the facility in which the fight took place. If you were to blame for the injuries you sustained or there was no way of preventing the accident, you won’t have a case for personal injury compensation.
If you’ve been injured in the last three years, and you believe that somebody else was responsible for your kickboxing accident, it’s worth calling Accident Advice Helpline. We employ an experienced team of personal injury lawyers and we have more than 15 years of experience in handling claims. If you’re worried about the cost of making a claim for a boxing accident or a kickboxing fight injury, rest assured that we operate solely on a no-win, no-fee* basis.
How can I make a claim for a kickboxing fight injury?
If you’re thinking of making a claim for a boxing or kickboxing accident, we recommend seeking legal advice. Providing you have evidence to support your claim, such as medical reports, photographs, and eyewitness statements, call Accident Advice Helpline or take our 30-second eligibility test online. If you have a viable claim for a kickboxing accident, your case will be handled by our expert legal team. Our solicitors take care of all the work, and most of our clients do not have to go to court. We recognise that this is a stressful time, and you can focus on your recovery. The payout you are awarded could be used to cover medical costs or lost earnings. If you’re a professional fighter you may need to give up your profession. Many kickboxing injuries may require you take time off work as a result of your injury.
To find out more, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Our lines are open 24/7.
Date Published: February 6, 2017
Author: Accident Advice