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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Broken leg football compensation

    Broken leg football compensation

    If you break your leg while playing football, you may be entitled to broken leg football compensation for the damage and suffering inflicted upon you. Therefore, you should contact a lawyer to assist you with filing a claim and to also help you prove you weren’t to blame for your injuries.

    How to contact a lawyer

    If you feel you are entitled to broken leg football compensation, you would benefit from hiring a lawyer who has dealt with cases like yours in the past, as you would then be more likely to receive compensation.

    To hire an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer, you can contact Accident Advice Helpline. Accident Advice Helpline have an excellent reputation, as we have handled cases for companies and individuals since we were established in 2000. We are known to have a high success rate and a team of dedicated and committed lawyers. You can browse our website for more information.

    On our homepage, you will also find our 30-second test. This provides you with an estimation of how much compensation you may receive, if you go on to win your claim.

    How your lawyer can help you receive broken leg football compensation

    Your lawyer would help you to formulate your case so that you are able to establish that you have suffered through no fault of your own, and that someone else is  liable for the pain and suffering you have endured.

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    • You may have broken your leg because you were not provided with adequate protective gear. As a result of this, you would find it difficult to walk. The effects of such an injury may be felt for a very long time. It is also not unusual for people to suffer from such injuries at later stages in their lives. If football were your only source of income, you would also be incurring a loss of earnings.
    • The football pitch might not have been prepared properly, because of which you may have slipped when playing a match. Consequently, another player may have fallen on your leg and it was broken because of this.
    • It is possible for you to have broken your leg because you weren’t allowed to rest after you sprained it. This may have aggravated matters.

    Whatever the reason for your leg injury, as long as it wasn’t your fault, we can help you claim the compensation you deserve.

    Call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or if you’re using a mobile phone it’s 0333 500 0993. Speak to one of our trained advisors who will give you some free legal advice about broken leg football compensation.

    Category: Leg injury claims

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