Would you like to know how to claim compensation for a hockey accident?
Hockey is a great game and a competitive contact sport. Field hockey is played in many schools across the UK and there are hockey teams for adults in most towns. Ice hockey is also popular in towns that have large rinks. It’s a national sport with a strong fan following. If you want to know how to claim compensation for a hockey accident, we have some advice for you.
Did your hockey match turn out badly?
Because it’s a contact sport involving large sticks and a hard ball there are bound to be a few bruises here and there. Safety on the field is important to players, coaches and organisers. There are rules to protect players from injury and it’s recommended that players wear special gear to avoid getting hurt.
If you’ve followed all the rules but received injuries because someone else didn’t, then get some advice from Accident Advice Headline on how to claim compensation for a hockey accident.
Finding out about claiming compensation
If you’ve never even heard of personal injury compensation then you might be confused about how to claim. It’s not something you should attempt to do on your own as it involves a legal process. You will need the help of a lawyer to claim. One who specialises in helping accident victims get the compensation they deserve.
Searching for the right lawyer might be challenging. Especially when you’re trying to recover from an injury. You’d really like someone to come along and sort it all out for you.
Accident Advice Helpline
We’ve been the answer to a lot of people’s prayers in this respect. We can make claiming compensation stress-free for you if we manage your claim. As long as your accident happened in the last three years, was not your fault and you had medical attention for your injuries you may be eligible to claim.
Our lawyers are experts in personal injury compensation claims. They can help with a hockey accident and will do it all on a no-win, no-fee* arrangement for you. We won’t bog you down with paperwork and we will keep you up to date with progress by telephone. We’ll do all the work while you recover.
If you’d like more information and to discuss how to claim compensation for a hockey accident then call us today. Our helpline is manned by expert advisors who will guide you through the process. We will give you some free, no-obligation advice to help you decide what you want to do.
Our contact numbers are 0800 689 0500 if you’re calling from a landline and 0333 500 0993 if you’re using a mobile phone.
Let Accident Advice Helpline take the strain.
Category: Hockey accident claims