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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

    Vine accidents: How not to play golf


    While statistically one of the world’s safest sports, there is still a risk of being involved in an injury during a game of golf, like any other exercise activity. Being hit by a golf ball, for example, could result in a trip to the hospital, although the risk of being injured in a golf-related accident….

    Vine accidents: Rule 1: Learn how to cartwheel properly


    When it comes to gymnastics and other rigorous exercises, some people are naturally gifted with good genes. The best Olympic gymnasts, for example, must follow a very strict training schedule and diet in order to compete against the best the world has to offer. Some accidents can be caused by someone else Sometimes, we can….

    Vine accidents: Chairs are for sitting on, not dancing!


    Being involved in accidents is what makes us human. We are all prone to making mistakes, but sometimes these mistakes can lead to serious injuries. For example, a typical chair is not designed to be stood on, neither is a standard table meant for dancing. A reputable injury law firm If you have suffered an….

    Vine accidents: Save the skating for Tony Hawk!


    From time to time, we all experience accidents from taking miscalculated risks. Most of the time, they don’t cause us any significant harm. However, some people are unlucky enough to fall through thin ice or experience a serious slip, trip or fall on tarmac and suffer a broken bone. Have you suffered an injury that….

    Vine accidents: Showboating doesn’t always go to plan!


    Failing to pay attention during sports or exercise, and showboating or acting foolishly and ignoring obvious dangers, can put you at risk of being involved in a serious accident. Everyone experiences injuries from accidents that could have been avoided. However, sometimes these accidents may have been someone else’s fault. Have you been the victim of….

    Vine accidents: Automatic doors FAIL!


    Automatic doors are designed to make your daily life that little bit easier. They are particularly handy when you are carrying lots of shopping, as the doors will automatically open when you walk within their sensors, saving you the hassle of having to open them manually and struggle with all of your heavy items. Have….

    Vine accidents: Trolleys are for groceries, not stunts!


    Without trolleys, a typical weekly grocery shop would be practically impossible. Gathering dozens of items in several baskets would be a living nightmare, and transporting all of your heavy shopping back to the car or bus would be even more terrifying. Trolleys must always be in good working order Trolleys can cause us significant stress….

    Vine accidents: Bowl surfing is unlikely to catch on!


    Sports and leisure pursuits, whether they consist of playing a game of football on a sunny Sunday afternoon or going for a bowling session with all your work colleagues on a rainy week night, are vital ingredients to a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Exercising always involves a risk of accidents We all have to take risks….

    Vine accidents: Karate and DIY definitely don’t mix!


    Sometimes it’s best to leave certain activities to the professionals, or avoid taking part in them unless we’re under the supervision of one. Karate, for example, is one of the most rewarding sports for physical and mental well-being, but there are risks of serious injuries like fractures or broken bones if you don’t follow the….

    Vine accidents: Tug of war can have bad consequences


    When a rope breaks during a tug of war incident, either the rope itself is not designed for this purpose or the teams are simply too strong to beat each other. While some sports-related injuries can be little more than minor bruises or small cuts, other injuries can be far more serious. Contact us if….

    Vine accidents: Leave cheerleading to the pros!


    Cheerleading can be an exciting, motivating activity, and a great way to keep in good shape. However, there is always a risk of routines going wrong and accidents occurring out of the blue. Sometimes, these incidents are simply the consequences of our own mistakes. Cheerleading requires plenty of practice To be an effective cheerleader and….

    Vine accidents: Parasailing requires training first!


    Parasailing is a popular recreational activity all over the world, and has been celebrated in international competitions for approximately 30 years. However, like all water-based sports or accidents at work, parasailing does involve some dangers of injuries from slips trips or falls, especially for people who are relatively new to it and haven’t had much….

    Vine accidents: Make sure you’re ready to use a punch bag!


    When used correctly, punch bags can be an excellent way to let off steam and burn a significant amount of calories. Instead of channelling all of your physical energy onto a real person and committing a criminal act, you can project it on to an object instead. Doing intense exercise can also help release tension….

    Vine accidents: Best dive fail ever!


    Water is the essence of our existence and can make us feel relaxed and at ease, whether it’s next to a river, at the seaside, or in a luxurious jacuzzi. However, water can also be a dangerous hazard in the wrong circumstances. If you have suffered a water-related injury in the last three years that….

    Vine accidents: Being a ‘fruit ninja’ is not cool or clever!


    Well-rehearsed pranks and clever dares can be fun for a little while, but when they result in accidents and injuries, the joke quickly expires. We all have to take risks in order to live our daily lives, but when we experience an injury that was not our fault, we should be entitled to get the….

    Vine accidents: Be careful where you swim!


    Swimming is one of the most popular forms of exercise in existence. It tends to be somewhat more exciting than using a treadmill, and doesn’t feel as strenuous as jogging, despite the fact that it burns a similar amount of calories, unless you spend most of your time lounging on a float. Don’t become a….

    Vine accidents: Don’t run in the snow!


    There has, and always will be, a British obsession with the snow. It seldom lasts more than a few days and, for some, can make a refreshing change from the usual dampness and barren landscape of the British winter. Snow: A national fascination It is not just the beauty of snow that makes it so….

    Vine accidents: Wrecking ball vs. Moving car


    Designed to demolish large items like roofs, wrecking balls can be up to 5,400 kilograms in weight and are still widely used today. However, when operated incorrectly, these steel balls can be fatal and can cause severe damage to property. Industrial and workplace injuries can have devastating consequences Workplace accidents can have a profound impact….

    Vine accidents: Leave parkour to the experts!


    Originating from France, parkour has been an important training activity since the last 20th century and focuses on getting from one destination to another in the fastest, most efficient way by negotiating obstacles. Many people partake in parkour to show off their physical fitness or skills, often filming their adventures in order to post the….

    Vine accidents: Don’t text and walk


    It’s an undeniable fact: we have become so addicted to technology that we have begun to forget how to do basic tasks properly, like looking where you’re going while crossing the road or paying attention to the person next to you whom you are supposed to be having a conversation with. Texting is evident in….

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