Exercise is good for you. You may expend a lot of energy, but in the long run, you will feel more energetic. You will sleep better, you will keep your weight down, you will build muscle, and it could even help to improve your mood.
Sometimes, exercise can lead to a personal injury claim landing on the desk of an accident lawyer in Derbyshire Dales. Such cases involve injury sustained through exercise, but as a result of someone else’s actions or negligence.
The blame for some injuries sustained during physical activity may lie with no one but the person doing the exercise. You might go running in shoes that are completely unsuitable, for example, and sprain your ankle because the shoes don’t provide adequate support.
But you might also get injured through no fault of your own. Suppose, for example, you arrange a football match at a sports centre. During the game, you go to kick the ball, but you hurt your foot before you even make contact with the ball. When you look down, you see that there is a brick embedded in the pitch.
Later on, as you sit at home with your foot in plaster, having broken your toes, you’re unhappy. It’s not just because of the pain. Nor is it because you have to miss your weekly game for a couple of months, either. Part of your unhappiness is down to the fact that the sports centre management shouldn’t have left a brick on the football pitch!
Contact an accident lawyer in Derbyshire Dales
In a case like that, you would be able to contact an accident lawyer in Derbyshire Dales and you could be awarded a payout for the accident and the expenses you incur as a result of it.
Not all cases are successfully settled, but don’t worry – all the solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Call our hotline whenever you like – it’s open 24/7 – and you will be able to tell one of our professional, friendly advisors all about what happened. They will note down your details, tell you whether you’re eligible to claim, and then (if you are eligible) pass your details to an accident lawyer in Derbyshire Dales on our team.
Our contact details are as follows:
- Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- Dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
- Text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will call you back
How you can help
It’s a good idea to hold on to your receipts, since part of the payout will be for any expenses related to the injury. If you’ve needed taxis or buses, or you’ve had to hire a home help or a childminder, keep the receipts. Why not start a file and keep your medical records and any photographic evidence in there, too?
We look forward to helping you with your claim.
Date Published: 16th November 2014
Author: David Brown