If you have ever tried out a Jet Ski, you’ll know how thrilling they can be to ride. However, they can also be involved in accidents if you are not careful. If you rent one you would expect it to be issued to you in good condition and be properly maintained as well. If this is not the case and you have an accident while riding it, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
You don’t actually have to be on a Jet Ski to run into problems either. If you are in the sea and enjoying a swim, and you are hit by someone on a Jet Ski, you might be seriously injured. In this case you could have an argument to make for Jet Ski accident compensation to be paid to you.
In order for a Jet Ski accident compensation claim to be successful, the injured party has to be able to prove negligence was the cause of the accident. For example if you were struck by someone on a Jet Ski you must prove they caused the accident because they were not taking enough care in the water. For instance they may have been riding through an area where swimmers are often present, instead of restricting themselves to another safer area.
You may be able to make a claim for compensation with the assistance of an experienced compensation lawyer. The sooner you get in touch with one, the better. You can make a claim for any injuries you have suffered in the accident, both physical and mental. Mental trauma can be just as bad, if not worse, than physical injuries – many of which will heal given time.
Get the advice you need today
The sooner you can contact a lawyer the sooner you will know whether or not a claim is likely to meet with a successful conclusion. You may be able to claim for any time and income lost where you would otherwise be working, as well as for medical expenses if you have any.
Get the answers today by calling Accident Advice Helpline. Our free enquiry line is open on 0800 689 0500. Once you have spoken to an experienced advisor you may have a chance to press ahead with a no win, no fee* compensation claim. Why not find out more about your situation today?
Date Published: September 17, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead