Sometimes you might want to ask a question like, ‘can I claim for a kickboxing accident?’ and you need to know where to find the answer. The best place to find the answer is from us – Accident Advice Helpline. We know that the thought of going to a law firm for help can be a little intimidating, which is why we have done everything that we can to reduce the worry for you.
Our team of advisors are friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. You can ask them any questions that you may have about making a claim for a kickboxing accident and they will be happy to help you. We also have a team of personal injury solicitors who will deal with all the legal aspects of your case. We know that you want to feel as though you are in safe hands and with our experts you will be dealing with professionals.
What do I need to do to make a claim for a kickboxing accident?
There is actually very little that you need to do in order to make a claim for a kickboxing accident. The first step is to make a call to Accident Advice Helpline. Make sure that you have the following details to hand:
- Where the accident took place
- The sequence of events
- Contact details of witnesses if there are any
- Information on any expenses you have suffered as a result of the accident
Our team will take it from there if you decide that you want to go ahead and make a claim.
Why is making a claim important?
Everybody wants to know why it is so important to make a personal injury claim for a kickboxing accident but if you have been practising this sport for a while then you will know that it is can be dangerous. People can easily be injured; particularly by those who do not know what they are doing, or who are not aware of or taking any notice of the rules and regulations.
You need to make a claim for a kickboxing accident in order to try to help prevent this from happening to another person. Unless an injured party like you draws attention to the problem it could reoccur and other people can be easily injured as a result.
The second reason to make a claim is for financial compensation. Accident Advice Helpline is not able to guarantee that you will get financial compensation but if another person caused the accident and you have suffered financial losses as a result then there is a good chance that you will be awarded financial compensation. Make sure that you tell our team about any loss of earnings, medical expenses such as the cost of counselling or prescriptions or anything else that you have had to pay for as a direct result of the accident. You have nothing to lose by making a call – speak to a member of our team today on our 24/7 helpline. You can reach us on 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: June 2, 2015
Author: David Brown