Cricket, a leisurely afternoon playing a gentleman’s game. Sometimes, this vision does not match reality and you may need to make a cricket injury claim. Indeed, playing cricket can be fast and furious, with plenty of rivalry and perhaps even malice on the opposing team. Unfortunately, sustaining a cricket injury can be caused not simply due to a genuine accident, but by someone else’s recklessness, negligence or bad behaviour. Playing cricket can be relaxing and great fun, but you should not feel bound to suffer in honourable silence if you suffered an injury that was caused by someone else.
What do I need to do to prove someone else caused my cricket injury?
To successfully claim financial compensation for a cricket injury, you should be able to prove another’s culpability. Document as much as you know about your personal injuries, writing down what happened and when, noting down as many details as you remember. It would help your case if you can gather witnesses who have a strong recollection of what happened and who have a strong credibility themselves. Also, it would help to take photographs of the location and equipment you used, so that you can show others precisely where things happened and what the outcome of it was.
Does it matter where my cricket injury happened?
Accident Advice Helpline can help you pursue financial compensation for your cricket injury if it was caused by someone else, required medical attention and happened in the last three years. Your accident may have happened during a game, offsite or even during training away from your regular playing ground. It does not matter precisely where your accident happened; if you were not to blame for it and it had a serious impact on your health, you could potentially claim compensation for it.
How can Accident Advice Helpline help?
Accident Advice Helpline was set up in 2000 to help people make a financial claim for compensation for accidents they did not cause themselves. We help thousands of people every year. Start your potential cricket injury claim by checking our 30-second, free online claim calculator. It takes no more than a minute to use and it should be able to state your potential claim amount. You can also phone us on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 to speak with one of our highly trained advisors. We will then advise you about your best course of action, which can often mean trying to settle your claim early. Settling early means you avoid the lengthy legal procedure that, although it need not damage your claim, can mean prolonged stress and uncertainty.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline
Contact us and you will get free advice from one of our expert advisors regarding your cricket injury. We help those with little or no legal experience so that they can make a claim they would not otherwise be able to afford.
Date Published: May 3, 2014
Author: David Brown