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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."

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    Disc golf accident claim


    To check whether you can make a disc golf accident claim, you can contact Accident Advice Helpline. Our long experience of helping people who suffered accidents they did not cause themselves makes us the ideal choice for expert assistance.

    What is your entitlement?

    When you are involved in an accident that you did not cause yourself, you could be able to claim compensation for your injuries. You may have been struck by one of the discs when you were playing disc golf, or have been in an accident that caused you psychological damage. You may have witnessed a gruesome event or have been involved directly in one yourself, leaving you with mental scars.

    The value of your compensation claim depends on the nature of your injury and its effect on your daily life. If you were left with a permanent disability, your claim could be significant, as is the case when your accident has left you with substantial financial obligations.

    To check what your disc golf accident claim could be worth and how we can help you, contact us using our free, 24-hour helpline. One of our call advisors will review the details of your accident and estimate your compensation. You can also get a quick view of your eligibility to make a claim by going online and using our free claim calculator.

    Playing disc golf

    Disc golf is a competitive sport in which participants attempt to hit targets along a course, using small, frisbee-like discs. The aim is to hit the targets in fewer attempts than the other players. Disc golf can be a fast-paced game, although it tends to be a low-risk one. However, you can be injured playing disc golf. For example, you may be struck by one of the discs or collide with another player. Although many minor accidents are harmless, some may have a more significant effect on you. Being struck by the disc may be no more than a minor nuisance but, if it hits you on the eyes or on the head, you could lose an eye or suffer a concussion.

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    As disc golf is a competitive game, participants can also lose their self-control and injure others by running into them or acting carelessly. You may have been injured because someone pushed you into an obstacle or caused you to fall over and hit your body on a hard obstacle on the ground.

    If your accident was essentially someone else’s fault, start your compensation claim by calling us for free, expert advice today.

    How we can help

    We can help you make a claim for financial compensation if we think you have a valid claim. To check this, you can call us to go through your accident with you. After learning about what happened to you, we will be able to state what your claim could be worth. The next step would be to match you with one of our expert, no win no fee* lawyers, who will represent you through the legal claim process.

    Date Published: November 24, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.