If you have suffered an injury whilst participating in an athletic activity like vaulting and need to make a vault accident claim, Accident Advice Helpline is here to help. We have over 14 years of experience helping victims of accidents claim sporting injury compensation pay-outs and our specialist solicitors will provide you with all the legal expertise you need to make sure your case has the best possible chance of success. Our experience means that we are used to dealing with accidents just like yours, so you can expect only the highest standard of customer care, handling all correspondence with sensitivity and professionalism.
We want to make this situation as easy as possible for you. We are so confident in our ability to successfully handle sports injury claims that if your case is eligible, we will take it on a no win, no fee basis. Our expert legal help does not require you to be proficient in law or pay big up-front fees. All you have to worry about is getting yourself better.
Compensation pay-outs are there to help you start to feel like your old self again and to start to get your life back on track after the accident. By pursuing a compensation claim, you will also ensure that those responsible for your accident will have to take the necessary steps to prevent accidents like yours from happening again. This is not only beneficial to you, but to others at risk too.
When you want to make a vault accident claim, Accident Advice Helpline is a quick and easy choice. You can use our free online claims calculator, text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 or call us on 0800 180 4123 for free information on sports injury compensation. If you have an eligible case then we can start processing your claim.
Sports injury claims
If you’ve been injured taking part in sport and the injury was caused by the fault of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation. You do not have to be a professional to make a sports injury claim; if you can prove that someone else was responsible for your accident, your accident was unforeseen and that your injury was ultimately an end result of their negligence, you may have a case.
Making a claim
To give your case the best chance of success, speak to others around you who saw what happened such as other gymnasts, coaches, staff or spectators. Witness statements are important in making a successful sports injury claim.
Bear in mind that you can only claim compensation within three years of your accident happening, so getting things started promptly means that you won’t miss out on crucial evidence which could affect your claim. Visit your doctor as soon as possible after the accident, even if your injuries only feel minor. In some cases there may be deeper medical issues that are not yet apparent, which may cause you problems later down the line. Plus, it is only possible to make a claim if there are medical records of your injuries and how they have affected you. Costs relating to the treatment of your injury may also be able compensated as part of your claim, so keep hold of your receipts.
Date Published: November 30, 2014
Author: David Brown