Zorbing is becoming a very popular outdoor activity with more and more companies setting up zorbing tracks and courses. It is promoted as a fun and safe outdoor activity. Although like every activity, it does carry a risk of accidents occurring.
If you should be unfortunate enough to injure yourself whilst zorbing and think that you were the victim of an accident that could have been avoided, then you will need to seek the best zorbing injury advice available. Accident Advice Helpline is perfectly positioned to assist you in exploring the grounds for any claim against the company hosting your zorbing event.
Zorbing is an outdoor recreational sport where a person is basically strapped inside a large plastic, air cushioned ball and rolled down a hill across a field. Participants may also work as part of a team and participate in ball games such as football where you manually move the zorb to chase the ball.
Established in New Zealand, the zorb was originally designed for use on water but has evolved to be used in on-land events. There are two types of zorb – one with harnesses for its occupants and one without. Manipulating the movement of the zorb is done either by being pushed and letting the laws of gravity take effect or by using your feet to run the zorb.
As with all outdoor activities, there is a risk of accident or injury and most companies will expect you to sign a disclaimer on arrival. This disclaimer however, does not absolve the company of their responsibility to keep you safe whilst you participate in zorbing. There have been notable accidents in this outdoor adventure pursuit and people have suffered serious, debilitating injuries whilst others have actually died as a direct result of participating in this activity.
Accident Advice Helpline has a team of in-house lawyers who are experts in the financial compensation claims industry and who hold experience in dealing with claims from many outdoor pursuits – including providing zorbing injury advice and ensuring that victims of accidents receive the maximum amount of compensation available to them.
As a leading law firm in the compensation claims field, Accident Advice Helpline understands the devastating impact that suffering an injury can have, especially if it was the result of an accident where you were not to blame. Our free, 24-hour helpline allows you to call and discuss the potential of your claim at a time convenient to you. You can also be reassured that all cases are accepted on our strict no-win, no-fee* policy. Calling Accident Advice Helpline could be the most important telephone call you ever make as we have provided thousands of people the opportunity to receive compensation for the injury or trauma they have experienced because of an accident for over 14 years.
To get an idea of the amount of compensation you could expect to receive from your accident, please visit our website and take advantage of our free, 30-second compensation calculator before you call and speak to an adviser.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.