Any injury attorney in Newton-Le-Willows should be familiar with the race horse fraternity. Whilst the majority of accidents resulting in injury in this small market town happen in the home, the majority of accidents in the great outdoors are linked to horse racing. That’s because although the name of Newton-Le-Willows may not be familiar to many, it sits right next door to Haydock Racecourse. In fact, the oldest continually competed horse race in history is called the Newton Cup — it’s over 200 years old.
The Legal Right to Compensation
Like any activity that attracts large crowds, horse racing is responsible for numerous accidents. These accidents happen on the racecourse itself, journeying to and from the racecourse, or in the workplace of the many businesses that are associated with the sport.
Whenever injuries occur as a result of an accident that is the fault of someone other than the victim, the victim is morally and legally entitled to financial compensation. Generally speaking, the injury must be serious enough to warrant a visit to the hospital or a GP, and indeed someone from the medical profession may be called upon to verify the nature of the injury.
Accident Advice Helpline – An Injury Attorney in Newton-Le-Willows Racegoers Often Choose
Horse racing is one of the most popular spectator sports in the world. It takes place in dozens of countries. Earlier this year, a spectator was killed in a fall from the grandstand at York racecourse, whilst at a meeting at Warrnambool in south-west Victoria, Australia spectators may be suing after a racehorse jumped into the crowd, injuring several people. But wherever and whenever an injury takes place, the important thing in terms of being able to start a personal injury claim is that the injury must have occurred within the three years preceding the actual date of the claim.
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Accident Advice Helpline have assisted many racegoers and workers within the industry to claim financial compensation for injuries received when attending race meetings. They are but one source of the 25,000 enquiries that we deal with each and every month. The great customer service that we offer is the envy of all our competitors, none of whom are able to outperform us, as Dame Esther Rantzen’s recommendation goes to show.Open Claim Calculator
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From the moment you complete the compensation calculator on our website (it takes a mere 30 seconds to work its magic), to the successful completion of your claim, we’re there with you every step of the way. We won’t ask you for any money upfront, as we operate a no win no fee* policy, and you can speak to one of our experienced advisers at any time by simply calling 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.