Sunbury-on-Thames is located along River Thames in Spelthorne, England within Greater London Urban Area. Rugby is a popular sport played in Sunbury-on-Thames, being home to London Irish Rugby Club. Other popular sports include football, cricket and tennis.
You may be searching online for an accident lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames after a rugby injury that was caused by another player. There are many lawyers who offer their services at a fee, but not Accident Advice Helpline.
Get the necessary help from Accident Advice Helpline
If you are looking for an accident lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames who will not make you reach your pocket or drain your bank, then Accident Advice Helpline is your best choice. Our lawyers specialise in all types of personal injury compensation claims and we provide our services with no-win, no-fee agreements.
Call our helpline and a legally trained adviser who is readily available any day any time will give you free legal advice. You can also take the 30-second test on our website to find out if you are eligible to make a compensation claim or not if you don’t want to talk on phone.
We have been in operation since 2000 and have handled all types of injury compensation claims from all over the U.K. We will do their best and that is why you should let our accident lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames relieve you of the stress so you can concentrate on your recovery.
Rugby injuries compensation claims through an accident lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames
When playing rugby you should use the proper techniques to prevent injuries. Always wear PPEs like an ankle and knee brace, headgears with mouth guards, shoulder supports and the rugby gloves. However, when all is said and done another player may hurt you through no fault of their own.
- Cuts or lacerations-seek medical attention immediately if the bleeding does not stop so you can be stitched and bandaged.
- Knee injuries-are common when you fall on your knees when contact sports like rugby are played.
- Debilitating pain-ibuprofen, naproxen, NSAIDs and paracetamols usually help.
- Strains and sprains-of the tendons, muscles and ligaments are caused by running and tackling your opponents.
- Shin sprints-tears and overstretching of the shin muscles causes pain.
- Dislocated joints-joints can get dislocated when another player trips you and the joint gets twisted.
- Facial injuries-caused by facial bone fractures, scarring and nerve damage.
- Tendinitis and hip bursitis-cause chronic pain, swelling, tenderness and inflammation.
- Broken Bones-surgery may be performed to align the broken bones.
- Abrasions-when you fall down on the playground the upper skin of the knee or elbow joint may scrape off and bleed.
If you would like more information about how we can be your accident lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames, call us today on 0800 689 0500. If you are using a mobile call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown