If you were injured in a kneelboarding accident, you are likely looking for a good source of kneelboarding accident advice. This is where the personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline could be of assistance. With nearly 15 years of wide-ranging experience managing personal injury claims, we help those who were injured through no fault of their own to make claims for accident compensation.
When you contact Accident Advice Helpline, you will initially be helped by one of our trained, friendly advisors. Your advisor will take the details of your kneelboarding accident and estimate the validity of your claim and how much it could be worth. If we think you have a strong case against the person or company who caused your accident, we will then pass your details to one of our expert personal injury lawyers.
Our solicitors all work on a no-win, no-fee basis, giving you financial peace of mind throughout the compensation claim process. Call our free, 24–hour helpline on 0800 180 4123 today. If you call from a mobile phone, the number is 0333 500 0992.
Kneelboarding is similar to water skiing – you are pulled along the water on a board, which is attached to a high-powered boat or Jet Ski. As the name implies, you kneel on the board while gliding along the water. Kneelboarding is becoming an increasingly popular water sport, with many new operators offering rides on lakes or at the seaside.
Unfortunately, accidents can occasionally occur. As with any water sport, the most obvious risk is falling into the water, which can in fact happen very frequently without any problem. Most falls are perfectly innocuous, and a natural part of learning how to kneelboard. In cases that are more serious however, you may have been injured because of a collision with someone else on the water or running into an object just underneath the water’s surface. If you had a serious kneelboarding accident, you may need to make an accident claim for personal injuries suffered.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we offer different levels of accident advice. You can call us on our free helpline to check your claim’s validity with one of our associates. The most important thing for us is to establish who was to blame for your accident. You may be asked to provide evidence of the third party’s culpability with witness statements, photographic or video evidence, or a copy of your medical records.
If you have a valid claim, the next stage of our advice comes from our expert personal injury solicitors. Your solicitor will work on a no-win, no-fee basis and will advise you throughout the claim process – from initially contacting the party at fault, to the legal process of making a claim. You can ask as many questions as you need to throughout the claims process.
Date Published: November 16, 2014
Author: David Brown