Going to the gym as a seasoned gym goer or new member looking for a new challenge should be a time to focus on health and fitness. If you suffered a back injury in the gym due to someone else’s negligence we would like to hear from you to offer you support and guidance. You could even be entitled to compensation and we could help make a claim on your behalf. Call our team to hear more.
Bad personal trainer?
All personal trainers must be qualified and they must make sure that the exercises and stretches they advise their clients to perform are safe. There are many qualified and experienced personal trainers who can deliver an excellent tailored service and many of their customers will see positive results.
However, you may have been subjected to a dangerous exercise session with an unqualified personal trainer who put your health and safety at risk. You may even have been working with a qualified personal trainer who had a lapse of judgement or attention, and caused you to become injured.
Gyms and personal trainers should be insured for accident claims so if you want to find out more about making a claim but are concerned about the cost to the negligent party, you needn’t be. You will also be protected by Accident Advice Helpline’s no-win, no-fee service if you choose to let us represent you.
Back injury in the gym caused by equipment failure
You may have been hurt badly after a machine failed to work properly, causing you to sustain a painful back injury. Did you report the accident to someone who worked at the gym? Was the accident logged? If so, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Call our team to hear more.
Make a claim with Accident Advice Helpline
If you have sustained a back injury in the gym caused by a bad trainer, faulty equipment or in any other way, we would like to offer you advice about your right to compensation.
Call our professional and friendly team to hear more about our no-win, no-fee service and how we can help on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 for mobiles). Your accident must have happened in the last three years and been seen by a medical professional to be eligible for compensation.
Date Published: November 23, 2016
Author: Paula Beaton