If you have suffered physical or psychological injury in an accident whilst under the supervision of a personal trainer, it is most likely that you will want to seek the best possible personal trainer injury advice available. Working with a personal trainer to improve your fitness, strength and general health is an extremely popular and rewarding activity, although injuries are known to occur during such training sessions that not only cause physical injury but also long-term psychological trauma.
Accident Advice Helpline is a long-established law firm that specialises in financial compensation resulting from a personal injury claim. Having assisted thousands of injured people to receive the best financial compensation packages available to them, Accident Advice Helpline is the market leader in its field.
There are obviously many ways in which an injury can be sustained during sessions with a personal trainer, and if you are considering initiating a claim, then you must firstly be sure that the accident causing the injury was the fault of a third party – and not something that occurred as a result of your own actions. The personal trainer has a responsibility to ensure that all the advice, education and coaching that they provide is done so within a safe environment and within your physical capability. There is a responsibility with the training facility to ensure that all equipment is safe and well maintained and that the training area is suitable for its purpose.
Normally sessions are planned using weights, cardiovascular exercising machinery or individual flexibility and stamina training. At all times throughout a session the trainer should be monitoring the client’s progress. Monitoring such issues as heart rate levels is standard. If you have sustained an injury and are considering whether or not a claim for financial compensation can be made, call the experts at Accident Advice Helpline and one of our professional and friendly associates will discuss your case and provide expert advice on the legitimacy of your claim.
If you have grounds for a claim, your details will be passed on to one of the company’s bank of solicitors who will contact and guide you through the claims process and collect further personal information from you regarding the accident, such as medical opinions, photographs of injuries sustained and other evidence that will support your claim. All work is undertaken on a no win, no fee* basis and there are no upfront fees to be paid. Our legal experts have worked on cases where injury has been sustained through the action of a personal trainer and have vast knowledge and experience in this field. To obtain a rough estimate of the amount of compensation you could possibly receive as a result of your claim, you can visit our website and make use of our compensation calculator to see for yourself how a successful claim could address your rehabilitation in terms of both your injury and the financial costs associated with it.Open Claim Calculator