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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

    Martial Arts teacher injury advice

    Martial Arts teacher injury advice

    Being a participant in a martial arts class can be fun, exciting and extremely hard work, ultimately providing a rewarding, adrenalin-fuelled sense of achievement – but it can also result in martial arts teacher injury advice. You may seek such advice if you have been injured as a result of the instructor’s actions.

    Taking up a martial art carries some risk. It is a physically demanding combat discipline that requires great physical fitness and each participant is expected to respect and trust each other in order for the classes to be run safely and for participants to progress. In a combat sport that combines aggression with discipline and requires intense physical application and dedication, injuries are common. On many occasions, the injuries suffered are the result of accidents and lead to nothing more than a bit of bruising or a bloodied nose. Many teaching establishments will request that a disclaimer be signed prior to commencing classes to address minor injuries such as these. However, what if the injury is much more serious? What if the injury is so serious that the participant has to take time off work? This is when it is worthwhile seeking the help of Accident Advice Helpline, the leading personal injury company that specialises in ensuring that injured parties receive the maximum amount of compensation they can as a result of third party injury.

    It is a sad fact that people have suffered serious, debilitating injuries whilst participating in martial art classes. Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that has proven itself to be the market leader in compensation settlements for people injured through no fault of their own, including participants in martial arts classes. Unsafe mats, mismatched opponents, unregulated fighting and faulty equipment are all areas where successful compensation claims have been upheld for those who have been injured. To see if you have a valid claim, you can call our free 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 and speak with one of our highly-skilled and dedicated representatives who will assess the validity of your case and guide you through the whole claims process. All Accident Advice Helpline cases are strictly on a no win, no fee basis and there are no upfront fees to be paid.

    Enrolling on a martial arts course says a lot about you. You are a person who values their health, wants to test their fitness and mental strength as well as having fun and learning hand-to-hand combat techniques. Protecting yourself is a major part of martial arts training so protecting yourself financially, should things go wrong, will also be your focus. By calling Accident Advice Helpline you can ensure that you and your loved ones receive the right amount of financial compensation should you suffer an injury that is not your fault. There are so many simple ways to contact us, all of which are free and easy. There is no better time to explore whether you have a legitimate claim. Call today on 0800 689 0500 and receive expert advice.

    Date Published: October 18, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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