In recent years tennis has been seen as a far more physical sport with it placing more demands on the body. The increased intensity in rallies means that muscle strains and slips, trips and falls have become far more likely.
It is clear that tennis is not seen as a dangerous sport but it is true that with short bursts of running at regular intervals, and several types of playing surfaces available to play the sport on, accidents can occur. The spontaneity of tennis reflects accidents at work, in that they are also never planned.
A list of five potential ways that you could suffer an accident that is not your fault while playing tennis are stated below:
- Suffering tennis elbow.
- Ankle sprains leading to a slip trip or fall.
- Being hit at close proximity with a tennis ball.
- Stress fracture to the back suffered from a slip, trip or fall.
- Strains to the wrist due to unexpected overexertion.
Who are Accident Advice Helpline and how can they help me?
The Accident Advice Helpline was founded in the year 2000 and has always been instilled with a strong set of values to ensure they deal with as many claims as possible.
They specialise in personal injury claims but want to ensure they can help anyone involved in an incident that wasn’t their fault.
How do I process an accident claim?
Accident Advice Helpline has a helpline available 24/7, and a team of advisers who will ensure they take you through your claim in the most efficient and stress free manner.
Most claims are dealt with over the phone and the majority of cases do not make their way to court as the team want to ensure a simple yet effective solution for all claimants.
An adviser will be able to confirm in minutes if you have a good claim, whether it be a slip or trip in a public place or one of those unfortunate road traffic accidents. There is also always time to deal with claims where you suffered an accident at work that wasn’t your fault.
The TV personality and consumer champion Esther Rantzen has championed the work produced by Accident Advice Helpline and thousands of successful claims have been made since the company’s inception.
Date Published: September 24, 2013
Author: David Brown
Category: Tennis accident claims