If you have been injured whilst playing or practising tag rugby, you may be eligible to seek a tag rugby accident claim. Whilst tag rugby is a non-contact sport, this does not mean that it never results in injuries.
If you believe that your accident and subsequent injuries could have been easily avoided with a little more care and effort from an accountable third party, our experts are here to help you determine whether or not financial remuneration is the right option for you.
Is Accident Advice Helpline right for me?
We are an established personal injury law firm, with over 14 years of experience. Our expert solicitors are dedicated to all aspects of your recovery, and are willing to work on a no win no fee basis in order to secure you the compensation that you deserve. They always seek the maximum amount of compensation, and they always work towards financial and physical recovery, alongside clients.
They have handled thousands of cases – everything from accidents related to dance and yoga, to trips and falls from catwalks and incidents on industrial worksites. We know what needs to be done to ensure that your claim has the best possible chance of success.
If you think that you might be eligible to file for compensation, it is time to call our advisors direct today on 0800 180 4123, for a free consultation. Or, text CLAIM365 to 88010, to receive a call back from one of our specialist associates.
How do I know if my claim is eligible?
At Accident Advice Helpline, we understand that it takes time to recover from a physical trauma, and that physical injury can seriously damage confidence and self-esteem. In some cases, it may even be necessary to take time off work. Why should you lose out on earnings, especially if the accident was not your fault? We will take loss of earnings, material damage, costly medical bills and other financial hardships that resulted from your accident into account when evaluating your claim for compensation.
It is easy to find out whether you can make a tag rugby accident claim. Once again, it is just a matter of picking up the phone and arranging a brief consultation. The consultation process is non-invasive and fairly rapid – it involves just six questions.
Depending on your answers to these questions, our solicitors will then make a judgement as to whether your case is suitable for the small claims court. If we decide to proceed with your case, our advisors will let you know as soon as possible.
If you are given the go ahead to proceed with a claim, we will need to record the details of the tag rugby accident, as well as evaluate any evidence that you may wish to use as support your claim. You will be paired with one of our specialist solicitors, who will walk you through the paperwork, and be there to answer any questions that you might have about the claims process.