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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

    Kite landboarding accident claim

    If you suffered a kite landboarding injury that was not your fault, you could be able to start a kite landboarding accident claim.

    If your kite landboarding accident happened in the last three years and someone else can be shown to have caused it, you may be able to claim financial compensation.

    If you have a valid claim, Accident Advice Helpline can offer you no win, no fee legal representation. We have been a trusted personal injury advisor and team of specialist solicitors since we were established in 2000.

    Your kite landboarding accident claim

    To make a kite landboarding accident claim, it needs to be shown that someone else was to blame for your injury. If you were taking kite landboarding lessons, during which the instructor failed to warn you of certain risks, or asked you to use faulty equipment, you could be able to start a claim against your instructor.

    You could also be able to make a claim against the company you hired or bought the kite landboarding kit from, if it was incomplete, damaged or delivered without adequate user instructions.

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    Another option is to make a claim against an individual or group of people. You may have suffered a kite landboarding injury because someone else caused you to fall from your kite landboard, placed an obstruction in your way or startled you by acting dangerously around you. If you were kite landboarding with a group of others, some of that group may have caused your injury by failing to follow safety guidelines or rules.

    Making a kite landboarding accident claim

    When you first contact Accident Advice Helpline, one of our advisors can help you understand your legal rights and tell you about whether or not you are eligible to make a kite landboarding accident claim.

    Before you call us, you may find it useful to make a list of facts about your kite landboarding accident. Just starting a list can help you remember not just what happened and why, but a range of details that could help to build up your kite landboarding accident claim. Normally, a successful compensation claim is based on fact-based evidence, such as:

    • Documents to prove you were kite landboarding at the time of your injury, such as receipts from your kite landboarding instructor.
    • A video or photographs of your kite landboarding accident, or of the faulty equipment you were using.
    • Witness statements, supporting your recollection of what happened to you.

    The benefits of claiming

    The main benefit of making a kite landboarding accident claim is that you can gain significant financial support. Your accident may have left you unable to work, impacting on your earnings, or given you new medical or other accident-related expenses.

    A successful claim can help you meet your continued financial responsibilities.

    Call us today on our free, 24hour helpline, on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 using a mobile phone. Or visit our homepage for more information about us and to access our free, 30second compensation calculator.

    Date Published: July 11, 2015

    Author: David Brown

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