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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

    Dodgeball accident advice


    Dodgeball accident advice

    If you are looking for expert dodgeball accident advice, you would be well advised to contact the personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline. We have helped thousands of people since we were set up in 2000. We specialise in helping those who suffered injuries they did not cause themselves and all of our solicitors are highly skilled and trained in personal injury law. They are dedicated in making as strong a claim as they can for their clients, and we have a long history of making successful claims

    What happened in your dodgeball accident?

    To start a successful claim for accident compensation, you need to show that someone else caused your injury. You could have suffered both physically and mentally from the accident. The basis of a strong claim includes evidence of another person’s culpability, documentation relating to your health such as a copy of your medical record, witness statements and photographic or video evidence.

    When you contact Accident Advice Helpline, one of our call advisors can give you initial dodgeball accident advice about the likelihood of your claim being successful. If you do not have enough evidence to prove that another person was at fault, you may be asked for more detail or proof. You could check with the other dodgeball players to see if they witnessed your accident and if they could support your claim. You might also be surprised by knowing how many people video events such as dodgeball. You can ask around to see if any of the spectators have a clear record of the accident.

    Your accident may have been the result of a badly thrown ball, intentional malice by another player, an unsafe playing environment or an accident caused by someone’s reckless behaviour. Normally of course, many dodgeball games can be exciting and fast, but not necessarily risky. Players tend to wear protective clothing and goggles to protect their eyes and most players can also be highly competitive without losing their self-control.

    Nonetheless, if your accident was the result of someone else’s actions, you could be able to make a successful accident claim.

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    Contact us

    To contact Accident Advice Helpline, simply pick up the phone to dial our free, 24-hour helpline: 0800 180 4123. If you prefer to check our webpage before you phone, you will find a wealth of information and material about us. This can help you get a view of what sort of advice we offer and what your claim could be worth.

    Located on our website, you can use our free online claim calculator. This application takes less than a minute to use and gives you a quick indication about the likely success of your claim.

    When you contact us, we will give you an idea about what you can do next. If you wish to proceed and you have a potentially successful claim, one of our no win no fee personal injury lawyers will guide you through the legal claim process to the best of his or her ability.

    Date Published: November 24, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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