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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

    How to claim ski jump injury compensation

    Skiing isn’t for everyone, but those that do take part in it love going on skiing holidays to resorts in countries where snow is practically guaranteed. Of course there are dry ski slopes in areas of the UK as well, and these can be good to use if you are practising your skills in various ways.

    One of the more advanced things you can do is to try performing jumps. These can be done on downhill runs if the terrain allows for it, but there can also be specially-constructed jumps designed for skiers to use. Skiing obviously carries with it a degree of risk, but not all accidents that occur are down to bad luck or a mistake on the part of the skier.

    What situations might lead to ski jump injury compensation being granted?

    The majority of accidents that occur to skiers involve a simple miscalculation of some kind. The majority of them are just that – accidents. However there are cases where people have been injured because there has been a problem with the ski jump they were using.

    The people who own ski centres and resorts have a duty of care to make sure everyone who uses their facilities can do so safely. If this is not the case, one or more people might have an increased chance of being injured.

    Fortunately very few people are hurt because of the negligence of another person. It is good to know however that there are companies (Accident Advice Helpline being one of them) that are able to handle personal compensation cases where necessary. Ski jump injury compensation may not be one of the more common examples of compensation being granted, but it can happen in relevant circumstances.

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    Injuries from a skiing accident can be serious, depending on how you fall. If a ski jump was in poor condition or the slopes were overcrowded and poorly-maintained, there could be a chance your claim could meet with a successful conclusion.

    If you have any doubt over an accident that happened to you on a ski jump, finding out whether Accident Advice Helpline could assist you is a smart idea. Call now on 0800 689 0500 and you will be taking the first step towards what could be a potentially-successful no win, no fee claim. Seize the moment to learn more.

    Date Published: October 25, 2015

    Author: Allison Whitehead

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