If you have been unfortunate enough to have suffered an injury during a beach volleyball accident and it was not your fault, you may be entitled to make a beach volleyball accident claim. This means you may be able to recoup any financial losses you suffered as a result of your injury.
You may have been inadequately trained before taking part in a game, or it could be that the environment in which you were playing may have breached health and safety regulations in some way. A vital step in retrieving lost money and holding those at fault accountable would be to contact a law firm that specialises in personal injury law. For over a decade, Accident Advice Helpline has assisted countless victims of personal injury by helping them to successfully receive the compensation they deserved.
Unlike some other law firms, our team of professionals are specifically trained in personal injury law so you will be guaranteed the best possible advice regarding your beach volleyball accident claim.
How do I know if I can make a beach volleyball accident claim?
It is relatively straightforward for us to ascertain whether you are eligible to make a beach volleyball accident claim. In most cases, we can establish this by determining that the accident happened within the last three years and that it was not your fault.
What kind of things will Accident Advice Helpline want to know if I make a claim?
During your initial contact with us, one of our attentive advisors will listen to the circumstances surrounding your beach volleyball accident and answer any queries you may have regarding the claiming process. However, we will never pressure you into proceeding with your beach volleyball accident claim – this decision is entirely up to you.
How can I support my claim?
We want to be able you give you the best possible chance of success which is why we require evidence to support your injury claims. If your claim is successful this will increase your chance of being awarded the maximum amount to which you are entitled. The type of evidence that we may expect you to produce includes:
- Contact details of any witnesses of your beach volleyball accident so we may take statements from them.
- Your medical records to support your injury claims and treatment.
- Photographic evidence of your injuries and the beach where your injuries occurred.
What exactly can I claim for?
Compensation should reflect any finances that you lost as a direct result of your beach volleyball accident. These could include income loss when you have been forced to take leave from employment as part of your recovery and, as a consequence, lost wages. We also factor in medical treatment which can be costly if you have had to be treated privately due to long waiting lists with the NHS. Travel expenses are also considered if you have had to commute to and from appointments.
To speak with a legal professional today about your beach volleyball accident claim, please call our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline. Call 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. You can also text claim365 to 88010 and one of our advisors will call you back.
Date Published: November 26, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd