If you have sustained an injury in a non-fault accident as a spectator at a tennis event, then you may need tennis spectator injury advice.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have expert advisors who can provide you with valuable advice to help you understand your rights as an accident victim. You may be able to make a claim for compensation, so it is worth getting in touch to receive professional advice.
Why tennis spectator injury advice is beneficial
Tennis spectator injury advice will enable you to understand what action you can take against whoever is responsible for your injury. In this case, the person responsible could be one of the tennis players involved in the tennis match that you attended as a spectator, or it could be the people in charge of the venue where a tennis competition was being held.
Tennis spectator injury advice will enable you to receive help and assistance for your specific type of injury. Accident Advice Helpline’s advisors are experienced in dealing with many different types of personal injuries, including sports injuries. By speaking to someone with legal expertise in this area, you can find out whether you can file a personal injury claim for compensation.
When to get advice
Accidents are common, especially at crowded events such as a sports competition. However, there is an increased risk of accidents occurring if the people participating behave in a way that causes injury to a spectator or if the organisers of a sports event or competition fail to keep the venue safe for spectators. If you find yourself a victim of such an accident and you sustain an injury as a result, then you should consider getting advice as soon as possible.
The sooner you get tennis spectator injury advice, the sooner you can get your claim started. If you are eligible, then we will not charge you for filing a claim. You can get your claim started after getting initial advice from us. We will assign one of our no win, no fee solicitors to your case, so there is no added stress or worry about having to locate a solicitor.
In order to be eligible to make a claim, there are a few requirements that you will need to meet. These are:
- Someone else was to blame for your accident
- Your injuries were serious enough for you to require medical treatment
- Your accident must have taken place within the past three years
If the person who was injured in the accident is a child, then the three-year period may be extended. At Accident Advice Helpline, you can quickly get in touch with a legal professional to discuss the details of your accident and find out if you can make a claim.
To get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline for tennis spectator injury advice, call our 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile on 0333 500 0993, or to find out how much you might be able to claim, take our 30- second test on our homepage.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd