An accident solicitor in Wycombe will always have a varied caseload. On any one day, picked at random, they might be dealing with claims for anything including slips and falls, whiplash injuries, workplace-related injuries, and industrial diseases.
Another area that Accident Advice Helpline deals with plenty of claims for is sporting injuries. It may surprise you that you could claim for an injury sustained while playing sports, but you certainly could if the injury you sustained was caused by someone else.
If you’re unsure whether you qualify to claim compensation for a sporting injury, why not go to our website and take our 30-second test? This will tell you whether you’re eligible – and if you are, you might want to ring our hotline and begin your claim.
There’s no obligation to proceed with a claim for any kind of injury, but it’s worth looking into it – if you win your case, you will receive a payout that will reimburse you for your losses (which may include lost earnings through being off work, as well as expenses over and above your usual household bills).
Contact an accident solicitor in Wycombe now
You can call our hotline anytime, 24/7, and speak to one of our team of professional advisors. They will take your details and, if you qualify to claim, pass them on to one of our team of ‘no-win, no-fee’ solicitors. Our numbers are:
- 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
There’s also the option to text “claim365” to 88010 and await a call from an advisor.
Preventing sporting injuries
We are often asked about how to prevent sporting injuries. The best advice is to consult your doctor if you’re thinking of embarking on an exercise programme, or if you’re in any doubt at all about your fitness to train. But here are some useful tips, which are taken from advice by Harvard Health Publications:
- Warm up and cool down
- Start slowly and build up gradually
- Don’t exercise if you’re feeling sick or tired
- Keep yourself hydrated
- Wear appropriate clothing
There is more information about avoiding exercise injury on the Harvard Health Publications website, and elsewhere on the web – and it’s a good idea to read up before you do any training, especially if you’ve not exercised for a while.
The reason an accident solicitor in Wycombe will deal with a sporting injury case is, of course, because someone did something – or failed to do something – and you came to harm. We understand that there was probably nothing you could do, for your part, to prevent your injury.
Life can be unfair sometimes – but if you make a claim, you could remedy things to some extent. Why not call Accident Advice Helpline now?
Date Published: 9th November 2014
Author: David Brown