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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

    Did you suffer a broken arm playing football?


    A broken arm can occur in all kinds of ways. You might fall and land heavily and awkwardly, thus breaking one of the bones in your arm as you do so. You might be struck by a vehicle or knocked down by a motorcyclist. You could even get your arm trapped in a door or in machinery. But for other people with a broken arm, football is the culprit, or perhaps another sport.

    Football is a sport, in which players can come into close contact with each other. This means there is a chance of the odd fall or accident occurring. However, most people who play football will never have any injuries like this.

    Can a broken arm playing football be prevented?

    In most cases, players are perfectly safe from such injuries when they are playing football. The people in charge of the ground on which the games are played are responsible for health and safety issues. This means they must risk-assess the ground and the pitch to determine whether any hazards are present that should be rectified.

    So, if you end up with a broken arm playing football, you should find out whether it might reasonably have been prevented. If you suspect negligence, you may have a right to make a claim to see if you could receive any compensation for the injury and the pain and suffering you went through.

    Find out more today from our experts in the field of personal injury claims

    If you’re wondering whether a broken arm playing football warrants a compensation claim, you may be unsure where to go for advice. However, now you have found our website, you are just 30 seconds away from getting some answers. That’s how long it takes to complete our test, which requires just a few simple answers from you to determine the chances of being successful with any claim you make.

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    You can also speak to us direct by calling 0800 689 0500, which puts you through to our friendly team at Accident Advice Helpline. If you’re ringing from your mobile, call 0333 500 0993 instead to get the advice you need. There is no obligation to press on with a claim if you do have a chance to do so once you’ve received our advice. But you may decide this is the best option for you with our help.

    Date Published: February 22, 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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