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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Can I claim for an accident while ballroom dancing?

    If you have been visiting various solicitors asking, ‘Can I claim for an accident while ballroom dancing?’ without success, it might be time that you tried Accident Advice Helpline. With a highly trained team of telephone advisors and a great team of solicitors, we can help with cases that leave other solicitors looking baffled. We are always ready to listen and we will give you an initial telephone consultation free, helping you to work out what are your legal options. If you then decide that you would like our help to pursue a claim, we can provide it on a no win, no fee basis. The decision is up to you and we won’t put you under any pressure, so why not call us today and see what you think?

    Suffering an accident while ballroom dancing

    Ballroom dancing may be thought of as a sedate activity, but anyone who actually does it will know how complicated it can be. A great deal of fancy footwork is involved in some dances, which means that there is always a risk of feet getting trodden on – potentially a serious problem if your partner is wearing stiletto heels. When women dance the tango they place their safety entirely in the hands of their partners and if those partners are careless, or don’t know what they are doing, serious back injuries can result. When multiple couples are on the dance floor, the presence of unskilled dancers means that sometimes people will crash into each other or trip over one another’s gowns. Other hazards are caused by things such as drinks being spilled on the dance floor.

    The actions of an individual dancer could be responsible for an accident while ballroom dancing. In a dance class, however, a dancing instructor could be held legally responsible if an injury results from people doing things under his tuition for which they are not ready. Problems with the condition of the dance floor, meanwhile, are usually the responsibility of the venue. If you are not sure what applies in your situation, call our team and they can advise you.

    The claims process

    If you want to claim with us for an accident while ballroom dancing, we will begin by finding you one of our specialist solicitors who understands ballroom dancing and is able to appreciate the circumstances of your accident. Your solicitor will work with you over the phone to build up the case. You may be able to help us by passing on the contact details of any witnesses, or taking photographs of the place where the accident happened, but how much you do is up to you. We realise that your injuries might make it difficult for you to get around.

    Your solicitor will take care of all the complicated paperwork associated with the case, but no big decisions will be made without you. At Accident Advice Helpline, you are always in control. We will do our best to make things easy for you at this stressful time and you may not even have to go to court. Just call us today on 0800 689 0500 to find out if you are eligible to claim for an accident while ballroom dancing.

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    Date Published: July 12, 2015

    Author: David Brown

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