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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Rock climbing accident claims

    Who’s to blame for my indoor climbing injury?

    You might think that climbing indoors at a climbing wall is a lot safer than climbing outdoors on rocks, and for the most part you’d be right. But that’s not to say that accidents can’t and don’t happen. If you have been injured whilst using a climbing wall, it can be difficult to work out….

    Bouldering injury advice

    Bouldering is one of the safest climbing sports, but as with any form of climbing, falls and occasional injury are to be expected, and it’s worth considering the following bouldering injury advice. Bouldering centres, both indoors and outdoors, are usually supervised and maintained with a high regard for climbers’ safety. Bouldering mats should always be….

    Climbing accident claim

    At Accident Advice Helpline we provide a free information service to people considering many different types of compensation claim, and if you’re thinking of bringing a climbing accident claim, we can help. We find that some people hesitate to bring claims related to risky activities because they feel any injuries were essentially their own fault….

    Rock climbing accident claims

    Some sports are naturally more dangerous than others, and you may well include rock climbing as one of the more challenging sports you could try. However, very few individuals will take part in this sport and end up considering the possibility of making rock climbing accident claims because of something that happened to them. It’s….

    Who is liable for a rock climbing accident?

    If you’ve been climbing and have fallen and suffered injuries, and if the accident was not your fault, you will be forgiven for wondering exactly who is liable for a rock climbing accident. Sometimes rock climbing can be a relatively solitary pursuit and this makes deciding liability an even more difficult affair. If you know….

    Treatment for injuries sustained from a rock climbing accident

    If you are completing treatment for injuries sustained from a rock climbing accident that was not your fault, there is no time like the present for making a claim for those injuries. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we would encourage you to start a claim just as soon as you can, because there is a….

    Injuries you could sustain from a rock climbing accident

    Have you ever considered the injuries you could sustain from a rock climbing accident? Here at Accident Advice Helpline, sometimes our heart is in our mouth when we read about some of the exploits our clients get up to. But that’s all part of the job for us, after all, we’re the go-to accident claims….

    Claiming for a rock climbing accident

    Here at Accident Advice Helpline we consider ourselves the best at what we do. Established in the year 2000, we’re a law firm with nationwide reach. We specialise in personal injury claims, and as such, are experts in making claims for compensation for sporting injuries. If you are currently considering claiming for a rock climbing….

    Rock climbing accident

    We all know how you could become involved in a rock climbing accident, it’s obvious, isn’t it? If you’ve had a rock climbing accident in the last few years, depending on whether or not it was your fault, you might want to consider making a claim. If you have an accident that was not your….

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