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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 : Tennis accident claims

    I have tennis elbow from work, can I claim?


    Have you developed tennis elbow from work? For people aged between 35 and 54, tennis elbow is the second-most common injury to occur to the upper part of the musculoskeletal system. It’s also an injury you could easily sustain at work if you constantly do the same tasks and you are involved in lots of….

    How to claim tennis court injury compensation


    Doubles, singles or practising your serve, spending time on a tennis court is not only good for your fitness levels, it’s also a great way to improve your game! The last thing on your mind as you reach for your tennis racket is the possibility of being injured on a tennis court; surely there are….

    Can I claim for an accident as a badminton spectator?


    If you have experienced an accident as a spectator while at a badminton event, then you may want to ask a specialist personal injury advisor, ‘Can I claim for an accident as a badminton spectator?’ A popular sporting event, badminton is widely played both recreationally and in competitive sporting events. As with other sports, it….

    Badminton accident claim


    There are a number of different injuries that can occur while playing badminton some of which will happen simply because of an accident. However, others might be due to someone else’s negligence, and you could be entitled to make a badminton accident claim. The main badminton injuries If you’ve suffered an injury and you want….

    Badminton accident counselling


    Injuring yourself playing any sport, including badminton, can have a profound impact on your life. It not only affects you physically, but it can also lead to psychological problems. Following the accident, your performance levels might be reduced and some people will stop playing altogether. If you have had a sports injury, badminton accident counselling….

    Compensation for tennis accidents


    Many of us have seen tennis players of the highest calibre receive treatment on court for injuries that can potentially jeopardise their position in the match they are playing. However, these injuries can be caused by the play and how the tennis players move around the court, as well as through repetitive use of certain….

    Tennis spectator injury advice


    If you have sustained an injury in a non-fault accident as a spectator at a tennis event, then you may need tennis spectator injury advice. At Accident Advice Helpline, we have expert advisors who can provide you with valuable advice to help you understand your rights as an accident victim. You may be able to….

    Badminton injury advice


    If you play badminton, an injury is possible. There are some ways of helping to prevent an injury, but if you do have a problem it’s important to seek out the right badminton injury advice. Here are some top tips for reducing the likelihood of injuries. If you need to make a compensation claim, at….

    Can I claim for a tennis accident?


    Most sports carry a risk of injury and at Accident Advice Helpline, we are often asked, “Can I claim for a tennis accident?” The answer to this is a resounding yes. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault then a personal injury claim should be filed. There can be….

    Compensation for an injury at a tennis club


    If you are a member of a tennis club you may go there quite regularly to play tennis matches with various people. You may also practise at the club and enjoy the other facilities there. You certainly wouldn’t go with the intention of being hurt in some way, and fortunately there is usually little chance….

    Compensation for injured tennis spectators


    Many people enjoy tennis, particularly as it seems like a very summer-orientated sport, at least in the UK. We enjoy the grass court season over here, with the jewel in the crown being Wimbledon of course. However there are many other tournaments around the country as well, so you have a chance to see both….

    Compensation for an injured tennis coach


    Tennis is a great sport and one that many people watch on television, especially when the Grand Slam events roll around. However we never see all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes and in between events. It is this work that is put in with a player’s coach that can determine how….

    Compensation for tennis coach accidents


    Tennis coaches know how to support the player they are contracted to coach to the best of their ability. They may have been players themselves at some point, and they could have lots of insights into how to assist another player to get the most out of their abilities and skills. Tennis coach accidents are….

    Compensation for tennis club accidents


    If you enjoy playing tennis you might consider joining a local club. You can take proper lessons in how to play, and improve on the skills you already have. You might also make new friends and always have someone to enjoy a game against, as well as taking part in friendly tournaments. Whatever the case….

    Compensation for an accident watching tennis


    If you have ever been to a tennis match you will know it is a thrilling experience, especially if the match is very close. You might end up with some memories you will never forget. Most people who attend tennis matches have a great time, but there can potentially be isolated occasions where someone might….

    Compensation for injuries playing tennis


    Tennis is a popular sport for many, especially when the Wimbledon fortnight of Grand Slam tennis rolls around. The majority of us will never attain the giddy heights of such success, but we can enjoy playing tennis on a more casual basis in front of family and friends. Many people play while they are on….

    Potential tennis-related accident claims


    In recent years tennis has been seen as a far more physical sport with it placing more demands on the body. The increased intensity in rallies means that muscle strains and slips, trips and falls have become far more likely. It is clear that tennis is not seen as a dangerous sport but it is true that….

    Tennis accident claims


    Whether you fancy yourself as a contender for Wimbledon or just hit a ball around on the tennis courts for fun on a Monday night after work, it’s unlikely that you consider tennis to be a dangerous sport. Yet Accident Advice Helpline has handled its fair share of tennis accident claims since 2000, and some….

    Treatment for injuries sustained from a tennis accident


    Tennis injuries do not only relate to professional players, but can affect recreational players as well. If you are injured while playing tennis as a result of the negligent actions of the tennis club or someone who owed you a duty of care, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. In order….

    The role of the coach in preventing a tennis accident


    Tennis is a popular sport enjoyed by people of all ages in the UK, and a great way of developing and maintaining physical fitness. While the risk of sustaining injury while playing tennis is relatively low compared to other sports, players can suffer injury from not using the proper technique or equipment. Spills, debris on….

    The cost of making a tennis accident claim


    Injury is an inevitable part of playing tennis. However, if someone who owed you a duty of care neglected his or her responsibility and you suffered injury as a result, by law you are entitled to compensation. Following a tennis injury, receiving medical attention should always be a priority. Early treatment can help to prevent further injury that….

    Steps to take to prevent a tennis accident


    Tennis injuries don’t just happen to professional athletes. Hundreds of recreational players are injured each year in the UK while playing tennis at their local sports clubs. While some injuries come naturally with the sport and are no one’s fault, others are caused by the negligence of someone who owed you a duty of care…..

    Injuries you could sustain from a tennis accident


    A tennis injury can potentially affect your ability to work or prevent you from participating in the activities you love. Serious tennis injuries often require long-term rehabilitation, which can place a heavy burden on a person’s finances. It is for this reason that the expert injury claims solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline will fight to….

    Tennis accident


    Tennis is a complex sport that involves running and swinging a tennis racquet. Playing tennis requires good coordination, endurance and flexibility. To minimise the injuries you could sustain from a tennis accident, it is recommended that you use the right equipment, wear the right gear and play using the correct technique. The role of the coach in preventing….

    How to claim compensation for a tennis accident


    Recent years have seen more and more people joining sports clubs and taking up tennis. Although a fun sport and a great way to stay fit, tennis can cause injury to many parts of the body from repetitive motion and overuse of a limb. Injury often affects the wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees, ankles, and spine…..

    Tennis elbow claim


    Could you make a tennis elbow claim? If you have developed an injury or illness as a result of the work you do, then you may be able to claim financial compensation. Here, we put the spotlight on a common work-related injury – tennis elbow. What is tennis elbow? Clinically known as lateral epicondylitis, tennis….


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