While most people probably wouldn’t take up boxing, more and more people are realising what boxercise has to offer. The idea is that it takes on many of the techniques used by boxers in their fitness routines. These techniques are rolled into a single exercise class that is more accessible to all kinds of different people.
Boxercise is safe and enjoyable to do for the most part. Of course as with any form of exercise there might potentially be the chance of injury. However, you can avoid most injuries by warming up first, practising your moves and making sure you can attend a class led by an experienced trainer or instructor.
How might you be injured when it isn’t your fault?
In some cases – rare ones, it must be noted – people have been injured while attending boxercise classes. While many incidents are the fault of those who are taking part, perhaps because they haven’t been paying proper attention, there are occasions when someone might be hurt because someone has been negligent.
For example, all classes should be performed in areas that are safe for use. All the equipment provided for use during the class should be fit for purpose and not pose any potential danger to those taking part. If you were injured because you slipped over on a wet floor or tripped over an obstacle of some kind, this might lead to a chance to get boxercise injury compensation.
Could you make such a claim?
Knowing whether or not boxercise injury compensation is applicable in your case is not always easy. To this end it is usually best to consult the experts working at Accident Advice Helpline. By doing this you can see whether a no win, no fee* compensation claim could meet with a successful outcome. All you have to do is to call the team on 0800 689 0500. This number puts you through to a free enquiry line that is always open.
Alternatively why not try the free 30-second test available now on our website? This will give you an idea of whether a compensation claim could be successful for you. Don’t suffer with injuries that were someone else’s fault. Make sure you can have a chance to get compensated for anything suffered in a boxercise class if negligence is the reason for your injuries being suffered in the first place.
Date Published: November 7, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead