If your idea of a perfect day out is to be strapped inside a huge plastic hamster ball cushioned with air and rolled down an incline, then zorbing could be the ideal pastime for you. Invented initially as a water sport in New Zealand, zorbing is developing into one of the major outdoor adventure pastimes. Being rolled around in an inflatable ball does have its dangers, however, and there have been numerous incidents where people have been seriously injured or even lost their lives whilst participating in zorbing. If you have been injured during this activity, you may be considering making a zorbing accident claim – and this is where you will need the expertise and experience of Accident Advice Helpline.
With over 14 years of experience handling compensation claims for people suffering injuries in accidents, Accident Advice Helpline is the market leader and most respected of law firms within its field. The company uses its in-house solicitors to work exclusively on a no-win, no-fee* basis, ensuring that clients enter into a claim knowing they are at no financial risk – something that provides great peace of mind at times of stress and anxiety.
Zorbing is a popular activity, but also one that has a record of injury and even death. Most injuries result from head or neck trauma, though people have also complained of nausea and dizziness lasting numerous days after participating. Such injuries have occurred when the zorb has been poorly maintained or damaged, or participants are not supervised or strapped in securely enough. The potential for injury should your experience not be managed appropriately is very high and this is why Accident Advice Helpline could be so crucial to you in securing the highest amount of compensation possible. Serious debilitating injuries can not only cause you to lose your ability to work, but also can alter the pathway of your life to such an extent that your financial compensation should be high enough to support you for the rest of your life.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline is a simple process that can be done at a time of your choosing, as it is a 24-hour helpline. When you call and speak to one of our highly-trained and dedicated case managers, your claim will be quickly assessed before being passed on to one of our legal experts who explain to you in detail the process by which your claim will be handled and what you can expect as a financial outcome. They will provide you with all the advice and support you will need in such circumstances. You will need to provide significant details pertaining to your accident, along with any other information regarding the effects the injury has had on your well-being and any photographic evidence that can be presented as part of your claim.
Sustaining any type of injury is traumatic, suffering financially and emotionally as a result of what was meant to be a fun day out is particularly hard to accept. If you need to make a zorbing accident claim, call now 0800 689 0500 now. All calls are free.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Other sporting accident claims