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    Top 3 injuries caused by juggling


    Juggling may not be what you would call a dangerous activity, but every now and then, juggling accidents do happen. Here are some of the most common injuries caused by juggling.

    Top 3 injuries caused by juggling

    Typically due to juggled items falling onto the upper body, face, head or toes, common injuries caused by juggling include:

    • Cuts and bruises
    • Head injuries including concussions, fractures to the head or nose and broken teeth
    • Fractured or broken toes

    The type and severity of injuries caused by juggling depends on the type and weight of juggled items. Being hit by a juggled knife, for instance, could cause anything ranging from minor cuts if the knife is quite small and light to deep lacerations if a larger, heavier knife is used.

    Juggling accidents

    Injuries by juggling accidents may affect both jugglers and those watching them. A juggler may, for example, accidentally catapult a heavy object into a crowd while trying to catch it. If you were injured by a juggling accident, you could be eligible to make a juggling injury claim.

    Compensation advice

    Specialising in personal injury claims for over 16 years, we have plenty of experience in processing juggling accident claims. We can, therefore, provide you with relevant expert advice on claiming compensation. What’s more, our in-house solicitors can deal with most claims almost entirely over the phone and bring claims to swift conclusions in an effective, efficient and hassle-free manner.

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    Out-of-court settlements

    In many cases, our experience and know-how enable us to negotiate claim settlements out of court. As the circumstances surrounding claims can vary significantly, we cannot, however, guarantee that we will be able to do this in your case.

    Time frame and awarded compensation

    These variations in circumstances also mean we are unable to tell you exactly how long it will take to successfully conclude the claim process or how much compensation you will be awarded. Any predictions with regards to time frames and/or compensation amounts we may make are therefore approximate estimates based on prior cases only.

    Learn more

    To get more information on when and how to claim, get no-obligation juggling accident advice and/or enlist our 100% no-win, no-fee* solicitors’ services, call our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any UK landline or from a mobile on 0333 500 0993 now. Lines are open 24 hours every day throughout the year and calls are confidential.

    Date Published: May 6, 2017

    Author: Accident Advice

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