Obtaining proper rhythmic gymnastics accident advice is important if you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer an injury in training or during a performance. Often, the injuries gymnasts receive are inherently complex, and the consequences unfold only over time. Rhythmic gymnasts require repetitive training that can result in repetitive stress injuries. When the injury is in fact the result of negligence or poor teaching methods and failure to follow proper procedure, the injured gymnast might only feel the full effects of the damage later on.
Of course, acute injuries can happen as well – the more obvious sprains and fractures that result in immediate withdrawal from training. With either type of injury, the stakes for recovery are high – getting your body back to peak performance can be a struggle, and in some cases almost impossible. Personal injury law protects gymnasts, and if the accident meets certain criteria they should be awarded compensation for their injury. Accident Advice Helpline can assist you with this.
Finding a solicitor
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000. Unlike local law firms that handle a wide variety of legal work, we’re a dedicated personal injury law firm, handling thousands of these particular cases every year. The accidents and injuries at the root of these cases have one thing in common – they were all caused by someone else’s negligence or fault. Some of them are straightforward cases, while others (like a rhythmic gymnastics accident) call for in-depth knowledge. We always match our clients with a solicitor who already has experience handling a claim in their specific area, so they know what to ask and what to include. That way we can maximize our expertise and cover every detail. We work on a no win no fee basis, so you won’t need any money to start a claim.
Talking to Accident Advice Helpline
If you would like to seek our advice on your accident and find out whether or not you can make a claim, you can get in touch using our free, 24-hour helpline. Call 0800 180 4123 from a landline or 0333 500 0992 from a mobile. Our trained advisors know how difficult it can be to cope and make decisions in the aftermath of an accident when you’re already dealing with pain, stress and the difficulties of recovery. We won’t hassle you, but we will be able to give you the information and help you need in choosing a course of action.
The first thing to discuss will be whether your accident meets the eligibility criteria for making a claim. If it does and you decide you’d like to go ahead, we’ll put you in contact with one of our solicitors to advise you further on the actual process of collecting evidence and submitting the claim itself. As with any accident that qualifies for compensation, the more evidence provided, the better the expected outcome. Your solicitor will encourage you to bring forward any photos or films related to the accident, your medical reports, the names and contact details of any witnesses, plus receipts for any and all expenses related to your treatment – even for things like food and drink in hospital.
Date Published: November 19, 2014
Author: David Brown