Being a dance teacher is an enjoyable and potentially well-paid profession, so if you suffer a serious injury you could decide to seek dance teacher injury advice.
Whether you are a full-time dance teacher or someone who does it part-time, an injury could well affect your earnings, as you will not be able to take classes while recovering. If the injuries are very serious, you may not be able to teach dancing again. This will no doubt have a serious effect on both your income and lifestyle, so you should seek advice as soon as possible.
Where you can find advice
To get the best possible dance teacher injury advice, you should contact us at Accident Advice Helpline. Since 2000, we have advised those who have suffered personal injuries and our expert lawyers specialise in all types of injury claims including dance teacher injury advice.
There are various reasons why you should contact us. We provide our own free, 24 hour-helpline where our highly trained advisors are on hand to take your call. If we find that you have grounds to make a claim, our lawyers will work on a no win, no fee* basis that will give you added peace of mind, as you do not have to pay anything upfront.
What you need to tell us
In order to give you proper advice at Accident Advice Helpline, we will need to know as much as possible about how you suffered your injury. You do not need to have suffered your injuries while performing your dance teaching duties to seek dance teacher injury advice. Your injuries could have been suffered in a traffic accident or during your day job if you teach part-time. Whatever the reason, your injuries will have led to you losing money as a dance teacher and could even effect you permanently.
Many people contact us about making injury claims. They want to know if they can be compensated for lost earnings and other additional expenses such as medical care. Our advice is that you can only make a claim if you were not responsible for the incident that led to you suffering an injury. The person or body responsible for the incident will also need to be identified, as the claim will be made against them.
We will need to know as much as possible about the incident or accident that led to your injuries. This means that you will give us your own account of how you were injured. We will also advise that people involved in accidents to take the names and witnesses as their recollections will be helpful.
We also advise you to see your doctor as their medical report will demonstrate the extent of your injuries and how they affect your ability to teach dancing.
If you need to know whether you can recoup some of the expenses caused by your injury, then give the experts at Accident Advice Helpline a call today on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: July 15, 2015
Author: David Brown