If you have suffered an injury whilst playing the sport of tag rugby, you are advised to seek the right kind of tag rugby accident advice in order to find out who and what is responsible for your physical mishap. If you believe that your accident could have been avoided, you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we offer professional consultations, as well as advice on the personal injury claims process. Our fully qualified solicitors are sensitive, tactful, and unafraid to take on tricky cases. We have experience handling claims involving incidents relating to accidents whilst performing fast paced sports, in high pressure environments and situations.
If your injuries were caused by the negligence of a third party, rather than a personal failure to follow safety guidelines, you may be eligible for compensation. We work on a no win no fee basis, so you do not have to pay upfront charges, in order to get the result that you deserve.
Can Accident Advice Helpline take my case?
We are an established personal injury law firm, with over 14 years of experience. We have handled thousands of cases, involving everything from dance accidents to injuries caused by unsafe yoga classrooms. We treat every case with the utmost care, so if you are looking for a stress-free way to cover the cost of earnings lost through injury, you are in the right place.
We operate a free, 24-hour helpline, so do not hesitate to give us a call, and arrange a consultation. Your recovery is our main priority, and as we do not believe in a “one size fits all” approach, you are guaranteed to receive personalised consultation and advice.
What is a tag rugby injury?
The difference between tag rugby and conventional rugby is that the former does not involve physical contact. Instead, players wear Velcro tags on their sports kit, which opponents must attempt to remove. Whilst this may be a non-contact sport, there are still ways in which it can lead to injury.
For example, if practice environments (sports halls and sports fields) are not properly maintained, there is an increased risk of injury to the feet and limbs. If a sports field is not kept free from litter, for instance, and a player falls onto a piece of glass, the individual or organisation responsible for the safety of the pitch would be at fault.
What steps do I take to make claim?
You cannot claim for injuries resulting from personal negligence, but you may be eligible for financial compensation if you were injured by a damaged or poorly maintained performance environment. You may also be eligible if you were injured as a result of a failure to make safety rules and protocols clear.
If you are looking for tag rugby accident advice, or would like to pursue a claim against an individual, or an organisation, get in touch with our friendly advisors today on 0800 180 4123. They will record the details of your accident, and file any evidence that you may wish to use as support for your claim.
Date Published: November 22, 2014
Author: David Brown