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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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    Exercise bike injury at a gym, can I claim?

    If you were injured whilst at a gym, you may ask “if I have had an Exercise bike injury at a gym, can I claim?.  You may have a claim against the owner or management if you can prove that your injury is the direct result of their negligence. You will need to prove that the exercise bike has not been maintained in a safe condition, or that you have not been provided with adequate instructions on how to use the bike safely, in order to have a valid claim. Regardless of how you have been injured, we invite you to approach us at Accident Advice Helpline to find out what procedures should be followed when making a claim.

    Exercise bike injury at a gym – can I claim?

    To be entitled to compensation, the injury that you have sustained must be sufficiently severe to warrant a visit to the hospital and have a medical report completed by a physician. If the doctor considers your injury too minor to be mentioned in your medical record, your solicitor may be unable to back up the compensation claim that you intend to file against that gym.

    Besides this aspect, it is very important to keep in mind that your expert solicitor will explore if you could have possibly contributed to your injury by your own lack of care. For instance, if the gym’s personnel has explained to you how to use the exercise bike safely, but you did not pay attention to their instructions or you got injured as a result of a deliberate action, you may be found deemed to have contributed to your injury. In this case, you may be held partially or totally accountable for the accident in which you have been injured. The judge may reject your claim or offer you the minimum compensation award payable in cases similar to yours.

    What else you can do after you injury at a gym

    To support your claim, it is advisable to ask the people witnessing your accident to offer you their details, such as names, addresses, and telephone numbers. Witness testimony is sometimes necessary in order to prove the validity of a claim. If the exercise bike becomes damaged whilst you are exercising – for instance, it collapses suddenly – it is very important to inform the gym’s personnel about this right away and take photographs of the scene. This could help you claim compensation from the manufacturer if further examination establishes that the gym’s personnel cannot be held responsible for your injury.

    Once you gather all the evidence needed to support your claim, the next thing you need to do is to get professional legal advice. The experienced personal injury solicitors working at Accident Advice Helpline are ready to compile different pieces of evidence and take your case further on your behalf. To help you win the case, our expert lawyers may also request access to CCTV footage in order to clarify any liability issues arising from your claim.

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    Date Published: May 28, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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