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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 : Running accident claims

    Running accident claims


    Running may not seem a particularly dangerous sport, but as with any sport, you could be injured whilst taking part in running practice or an event. Whilst we all take a certain degree of responsibility for our own safety when participating in sports (and expect a certain level of risk), it may be that you….

    Injuries you could sustain from a running accident


    There are many injuries you could sustain from a running accident. Running offers a host of psychological and physical benefits but it can also be dangerous. We can find ourselves in tremendous pain if we push ourselves too hard, fail to warm up properly or fall prey to a badly-maintained surface whilst out running. At….

    How to claim compensation for a running accident


    If you’re wondering how to claim compensation for a running accident, read on. In many cases, there’s nobody to blame for running accidents. Many injuries are caused by failure to warm up, pushing ourselves too hard or wearing the wrong footwear. However, if you suspect your injuries were caused by someone else, help is at hand…..

    Running club accident counselling


    If you are trying to find a way to obtain running club accident counselling and are facing difficulties, there are ways to resolve this. Getting counselling sounds very simple but once you are in that system it is not that easy. Your first step is to go to a doctor and get a referral for….


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