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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

    Statistically, what are the most dangerous sports?

    Sport can be exhilarating, exciting and invigorating, but it can also be incredibly dangerous. From avoiding slips, trips and falls at your local leisure centre to dodging punches, tackles and flying objects, it’s best to be wary of the risks of participating in amateur and professional sports. Here are some of the most dangerous sports….

    Taking part in the London marathon

    Each year the London marathon attracts thousands of runners from across the globe ranging from world-class athletes competing for an elusive world record to the casual marathon runner raising money for a worthwhile cause. Registering for the London marathon If you wish to receive a ballot for taking part in the London marathon, then you….

    Injured whilst attending a football ground

    Similar to injuries sustained in other public places, who, if anyone, is liable if you are injured while attending a football ground depends on what happened; where, when and why. Here are some examples of how you may be injured whilst attending a football ground and who would most likely be liable. Slip, trip and….

    Hazards when attending a football game

    Football games for many are a chance to see your favourite team and cheer them on. It is an opportunity to support your team whether at home or away. However, like all events, there are potential hazards when attending a football game. One of the main types of potential accidents are slips, trip or falls and….

    Staying safe when going to a Premier League game

    The new Premier League season is underway and thousands of us are looking forward to climbing onto the terraces and supporting our favourite teams. While going to the football on a Saturday afternoon is a great English tradition, it can also pose risks and it’s worth taking a few health and safety guidelines into consideration….

    Can I claim if I get injured while watching professional golf?

    Golf competitions draw huge crowds of spectators, but what happens if a day out in the sunshine watching the world’s finest golfers ends in disaster? If you’ve suffered a slip, trip or fall or you’ve been hit by a golf ball while watching a professional tournament, you may be able to make a successful personal….

    Advice for parents: Suing schools for a child’s injury

    Schools are a perfect place for learning, socialising and helping your children towards a positive future. However, like many other locations, accidents, especially slips, trips and falls, can occur on site. Sometimes it will be the children’s fault but sometimes the school may be at fault, in which case you may need to speak to….

    Skipping rope race: Potential accidents

    Skipping rope races are a fun and cool way to round off a school sports day or charity fundraiser. However, although the skipping rope race is unlikely to make an appearance at the next Olympics and is usually entered for fun, there is a risk of accidents occurring. Just like any other sport, a number….

    Space hopper relay race: Potential accidents

    Space hoppers are those inflatable balls which have a rubber handle on them so you can sit on them and jump around, holding onto the handle. These were very popular in the 90s and every kid either had one or wanted one. During the past few years these have made a re-appearance and now that….

    Blindfold race: Potential accidents

    Many charity events and team building events these days hold something called a blindfold race. It is exactly as the name suggests; participants line up behind a starting line and are then blindfolded, to race. Usually each participant has a guide with them, that has to either walk with them or simply tell them how….

    Tug of war: Potential accidents

    Often practised in schools and at summer fairs and fetes, tug of war is typically considered to be a fairly safe sport as long as a safe competition environment is created and everyone is adequately supervised. There are, however, some risks of tug of war injuries. Tug of war accidents In order to prevent potential….

    The wheelbarrow race: potential accidents

    ContentsSlips, trips and fallsIt has long been a staple of traditional sports days, sports pre-season training sessions and long afternoons in the pub garden, but is the wheelbarrow race becoming too dangerous and causing too many personal injuries to occur? Slips, trips and falls By far the most common types of accidents in a wheelbarrow….

    The egg and spoon race: Potential accidents

    The egg and spoon race is a common sight at many school sports days and fundraising events. The dexterity and concentration required makes the egg and spoon race both fun and competitive. Sometimes though, things can go awry and here Accident Advice Helpline looks at some of the potential accidents that could befall a runner….

    The three-legged race: Potential accidents

    ContentsThree-legged race accidents – slips, trips and fallsThree-legged accidents – incidents on the roadThe great charity and sports day event of three-legged racing has been in the news in recent years due to a number of schools now declaring it ‘too dangerous’ to be part of the schedule come sports day. So, are three-legged races….

    The sack race: Potential accidents

    The old school sports day events were always the best; the three-legged race, egg and spoon and of course the infamous sack race. We all played and took part in at least one of these events as kids. However, as a child you don’t think of the risks and potential accidents, in particular slip, trip….

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