If you attend dance classes you will know it is a great way to keep fit as well as to have fun. You could end up learning one or more dances in an in-depth manner, as well as meeting new people and enjoying yourself. You probably wouldn’t expect to include an injury in any of your classes.
This is actually a rarity, despite the active nature of dancing. Your dance teacher should provide adequate instruction that will prevent you from being prone to accidents and injuries. The surroundings you are in should also be safe to use, further reducing the chances that anything might happen.
Situations that could lead to dance class injury compensation
Compensation can be paid out whenever someone makes a claim for one or more injuries that were caused by another person. This could mean someone else did something that caused those injuries, or in some cases did not do something.
For example, if you attend a dance class you would expect the surroundings to be safe. There should be good attention paid to all health and safety matters to ensure this is the case. If this does not happen, there could be a chance that you might trip or slip, or have some other accident that causes you injury.
Could it keep you from dancing?
Some injuries may be severe enough to prevent you from dancing. This could be temporary or permanent depending on the situation. As you can imagine, missing out on a dance class you were looking forward to because you were injured while attending it can be upsetting. Your injuries might also cause problems in other parts of your life, such as with work or with dropping the kids off at school.
Accident Advice Helpline might be able to handle your claim for dance class injury compensation. The best bet is to make sure you can contact us to find out more about our no win, no fee* compensation claim process, just in case you are able to claim. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 and discover whether you have a good chance of making such a claim. Once we have the facts we might be able to pair you with an experienced lawyer who could help you push towards making that all-important claim. Get in touch today to find out if this is the case.
Date Published: September 29, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead