Playing baseball can be a great team sport. You may have been struck by the ball, or accidentally hurt by the bat and have to make a baseball accident claim. A successful claim for financial compensation can help you to meet any medical costs, travel expenses or private counselling fees. This is where Accident Advice Helpline can be of assistance.
Accident Advice Helpline
For nearly 15 years, Accident Advice Helpline has made thousands of successful accident claims for people who were injured by someone else. When you contact us, the first step is for one of our expert advisors to review the details of your baseball accident with you, to see what more information may be needed to start an accident claim. Your call advisor should be able to state if you are eligible for compensation and what it could be worth.
The next stage in the claims process is to review your legal options. We will match you with one of our no win, no fee personal injury solicitors. All of our solicitors are highly skilled and are dedicated to helping you to make the best claim for the compensation that you deserve. Your solicitor may ask for more details about your baseball accident, to ensure that your claim is as solid as it can be. In some cases, the party at fault may offer to settle early. Your solicitor will be able to guide you, advising you whether to accept the offer or to pursue another legal route so that your compensation can be improved. We are focused on ensuring that you obtain the best claim you can.
Your baseball accident
Establishing who caused your baseball accident, and how, is one of the most important things in order to start a claim. You may have been injured because someone did not pay you sufficient attention, striking you by mistake or running into you because they did not look where they were going. It is also possible, however, that someone else intentionally harmed you. As with most competitive sports, baseball can arouse great passion in players. You may have been attacked because you were winning, or because another player took offence at something you did.
To start an accident claim, it would help if you have evidence of the other’s culpability. Evidence may include witness statements, video footage or a copy of your medical record. Even if you were injured because the playing field was badly maintained by its owners, you could claim compensation if you are able to show their culpability. Your solicitor will be able to advise you about this.
How to contact us
You can go online to check our webpage or use our free, 24-hour helpline. Call us on 0800 180 4123 and we should be able to tell you within a few minutes if you have a potential claim.
Date Published: November 30, 2014
Author: David Brown