You’ve probably heard of Zumba, but you may not be entirely familiar with what it is. Of course you may be reading this article because you have been to a Zumba class and have sustained some kind of injury while you were there. If this is the case you’ll know all about the activity, and you’ll want to know how to claim Zumba injury compensation.
First and foremost, Zumba is a form of aerobic exercise that combines various movements with music – chiefly music hailing from Latin America. It has become incredibly popular in recent years and attracts people to classes all over the country on a weekly basis.
Proper teaching methods
The most important thing to do when you want to start learning and enjoying Zumba is to attend a proper class. These are quite easy to find and they should be taken by people who are trained in providing tuition of this kind. The instructors should be able to advise you on how to take part safely without the risk of injury. Zumba is enjoyable, but only if you remain injury-free.
Zumba classes can be quite intense, exciting, active and thrilling. However, there are also circumstances where they could potentially be the cause of an injury. Ideally there should be a limited number of people per class, so everyone has the room to move without the risk of hurting someone else. The premises in which the classes take place should also be safe and maintained in the proper manner at all times.
Were you injured while at a Zumba class?
Perhaps you were injured because the class was oversubscribed and no one had any room to move. Alternatively you may have suffered a slip, trip or fall while in another part of the building on your way to your class. If the floor was wet and was not signed as such, or the floor surface was inadequate, uneven or otherwise dangerous in some way, you may have a chance to make a no win, no fee* claim.
With the help of Accident Advice Helpline you can see whether you have an opportunity to make a no win, no fee* Zumba injury compensation claim. Our number is 0800 689 0500 and you can call us whenever you like. Just be sure you call within three years of your accident to learn whether to claim.