Indoor skydiving has grown in popularity significantly over recent years, but there are various risks attached to the activity. Many people have had to seek counselling after indoor skydiving sessions that went wrong, and long NHS waiting lists can mean having no option but to pay vast sums of money to go private. At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you get the compensation you need to cover treatment after a skydiving experience goes wrong. We can help if you need compensation for injuries when indoor skydiving.
Top injuries when indoor skydiving
Indoor skydiving is seen by many as a more appealing alternative to conventional skydiving that means there is no need to jump out of a plane. You may be able to get compensation for indoor skydiving injuries if you were given faulty equipment to use or the staff didn’t check you were sufficiently trained.
Three of the most common injuries when indoor skydiving is bumps, bruises and head injuries. Even though you’ll be padded up, you could still clash with the walls or other skydivers. You will normally be asked to sign a waiver before you start using the facilities, but this won’t make you totally ineligible to make a claim if you do sustain an injury and it wasn’t your fault. If you pay full attention to the safety instructions and comply with them yet you still have an accident, we may well be able to help you claim. Pregnant women are encouraged to avoid skydiving, but it is designed so most people can partake in it safely.
Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today if you have come to harm whilst indoor skydiving and it wasn’t your fault. We do have vast experience in dealing with claims like this and we will work closely alongside you to gather together as much evidence as we need to make your claim a success. Please don’t throw away evidence related to your accident and injuries like medical receipts, photographs and more as these may be exactly what we need to make your case successful.
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Call 0800 689 0500 on your landline or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile to find out what to do if you’ve sustained injuries when indoor skydiving. We are passionate about delivering the outcomes our clients deserve so don’t wait any longer to contact us.
Date Published: May 2, 2017
Author: Accident Advice