A sports injury can be extremely painful and can often cause you to have to make a dramatic change to your daily routine while you are undergoing treatment. This can include taking an extended period of time off of work to recovery and recuperate. It is also possible that you will have to seek external help from friends and family or a professional. These people will help you complete day to day tasks such as shopping, cleaning, and going about your usual routine.
If you are receiving specialist treatment for your injury then you may have to pay expensive travel bills to enable you to get to and from the clinic where you are undergoing the treatment. All of these factors will mean that you will be left with a large financial bill which you may find difficult to pay. These expenses will be even harder to pay if you have been unable to attend work as a result of your injury.
Sporting injuries often occur when there has not been a proper risk assessment or the correct protective clothing has not been provided to the individuals taking part in the sport. It is common for people to feel that they do not have the grounds to make a claim for compensation. This is either because they felt that the accident was inevitable or that they consider themselves to have somehow been at fault and they are implicated in the cause of their injury. It is sometimes so difficult to determine whether or not you have a claim. We have a team of expert personal injury consultants who are able to provide you with unbiased and straightforward advice about the possibility of any claim which you may have. This advice will include how much you could be entitled to and what steps you need to take to further progress your claim.
If we feel that you have a valid claim, your case will then be passed onto one of our expert sports injury solicitors. They will make it their job to make the best possible case for your claim and get you the money that you deserve.
If you have been injured as the result of improper safety precautions and in circumstances where you are not at fault then you will likely have a chance of making a valid claim for compensation. It is important when you decide to make a claim that you provide your solicitor with as much information as possible to help them build a strong case on your behalf. The nature of sporting injuries are so complex that you cannot underestimate the value of choosing a solicitor who specialises in that field of compensation; as they will be best equipped to represent you in court.
However your sporting injury came about, make sure you investigate the validity of a claim for compensation. It is not right for you to have to bear the additional financial burden associated with rest and recuperation from an injury. If you have a case for a sporting injury claim, we will be able to tell you.