Going to see a football match may be your favourite way to relax or meet up with friends, but at some point you may need Football match injury advice? You may be a loyal fan of your team and have spent many afternoons supporting them in their way through the league tables. All those days, in every kind of weather, spent in support and yet all that you may now be thinking of is the one time something went wrong. Or perhaps you are a football player yourself, in which case you may well be familiar with all the kinds of injuries players can suffer. Few of these may be very serious or long-lasting, yet it is the one that suddenly impacted on you most negatively that you now think of. Whatever the nature of your injury or the circumstances of your accident, if someone else was to blame for it and you had to seek medical help or professional counselling, you may be able to launch a claim for financial compensation for a football match injury.
Our best football match injury advice: document the facts
To successfully claim financial compensation for a football match injury, you should be able to show someone else was to blame for it. Document what you know about your accident, writing down what happened and when, with as many details as you remember. It will help your case if you have witnesses, with a strong recollection of what happened. It can also help if you take photographs of the football ground and the area you were in at the time, as this can help others visualise your accident.
How can Accident Advice Helpline help with football match injury advice?
Accident Advice Helpline was set up in 2000 and is supported by television celebrity Esther Rantzen. We help thousands every year to make a financial claim for compensation for accidents caused by other people. Start your football match claim by checking our 30-second, free online claim calculator. Alternatively, you can phone us on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and speak with one of our highly trained call advisors. Your call advisor will give you an initial idea of what your claim could be worth and indicate your next steps. If we think you have a potential case, one of our expert personal injury solicitors will go through your case with you and either advise you to go the full legal process, or to try to settle early. Settling early means you avoid the lengthy legal procedure, which, although it need not damage your claim, can mean stress and uncertainty.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
When you contact Accident Advice Helpline you will get free, impartial advice from one of our expert call advisors regarding your football match injury. We help thousands of people every year make claims for financial compensation for accidents they did not cause themselves.
Date Published: April 23, 2014
Author: David Brown