Speedway accidents can cause a wide range of injuries of varying severity. Some speedway injuries are more common than others. Here are some of them.
Common speedway injuries
The most common speedway injuries sustained by drivers and spectators include:
Dislocations (especially of the shoulder)
Fractures to arms, legs and collarbones
Head injuries including concussions
Whiplash and other neck injuries
Back and spinal injuries of varying severity may also occur.
Treatment of speedway injuries
Depending on the type and severity of an injury, recovery may take weeks, if not months. Necessary treatments may include operations, physiotherapy and, in particularly severe cases, counselling for the psychological and emotional trauma caused by a speedway accident. Being unable to work for weeks or months and having to pay for expensive medical treatments can add financial worries to an already stressful, traumatic time.
Claiming for compensation
If you were injured in a speedway accident caused by someone else, you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim. Making such a claim could help to ease the financial burden your injury has placed upon you by compensating you for:
Your pain and suffering
Loss of earnings
Medical and other expenses incurred because of your speedway injury
Specialising in speedway accident claims, our in-house Accident Advice Helpline solicitors can help you get the compensation you are entitled to.
Established in 2000, we are a law firm dedicated to helping people like you get compensation for injuries they sustained in accidents:
On the road
In public places (i.e. slips, trips and falls in restaurants, shops, etc.)
At concerts, speedway and other motorsport events
In short, if you suffered a no-fault injury anywhere, we can help you get the compensation due to you if:
Someone else caused your accidental injury
You sustained your injury within the past three years
To get helpful compensation advice and/or enlist the help of our experienced, highly skilled in-house solicitors, fill in our compensation calculator or give us a call on our 24/7 freephone helpline.
If you wish to speak to one of our helpful advisors via a UK landline, call 0800 689 0500. If you are using a mobile phone, you should call 0333 500 0993. Either way, your call will be treated with utmost confidentiality and you will not be obligated to pursue a claim. If you decide to go ahead with the claim process, your claim will be handled on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Date Published: April 18, 2017
Author: Accident Advice