Cheerleading can be an exciting, motivating activity, and a great way to keep in good shape. However, there is always a risk of routines going wrong and accidents occurring out of the blue. Sometimes, these incidents are simply the consequences of our own mistakes.
Cheerleading requires plenty of practice
To be an effective cheerleader and perform a perfect routine, you need to rehearse as much as possible to avoid accidents like slips and falls. Don’t try to practise alone; get other cheerleaders or members of the public to observe you so that you can find out if you are making any mistakes.
Have you suffered a cheerleading injury that wasn’t your fault?
Some accidents that we experience may not be our fault, however. For example, if you have suffered an injury at work such as a bruise, fracture or broken bone following an accident involving faulty equipment, you could be eligible to make a work accident claim and get work accident compensation. Experiencing a slip, fall or trip on a wet floor while participating in any form of exercise like cheerleading could lead to a serious injury.
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We have helped thousands of innocent victims of accidents or trips and falls get the compensation they deserve for accidents that were not their faults, approving claims ranging from repetitive strain injury claims to work injury claims.
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We are recommended by the popular TV presenter and journalist Esther Rantzen, who has been the face of Accident Advice Helpline for many years and is a champion of consumer rights. We employ a friendly team of experienced injury lawyers, all of whom work with integrity and accountability to provide the highest standards of customer service when processing a car crash claim, an untraced driver claim, or any other non-fault injury claim.
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Contact us on our 24/7 freephone line or use our website calculator to find out in 30 seconds if your claim could qualify for compensation. We don’t charge any hidden fees for unsuccessful claims, because we work under 100 per cent no win no fee* terms.
Date Published: September 30, 2014
Author: Accident Advice