No-win, no-fee* in Braemar claim

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Braemar in Aberdeenshire is famous for hosting the Highland games, and from time to time they may have need of a sports accident injury claim lawyer. If and when they do, Accident Advice Helpline is ready and waiting.

Sports inflicted injury – who is to blame?

Personal sports injury claims can be a little tricky. It’s because one of the prerequisites for being able to claim compensation for any injury, is that the blame must be attributable to a third party. Many sportsmen and women willingly partake in their sports, knowing that injury is a possibility. If such an injury occurs, simply when partaking in the sport, then that injury might well be treated as being “self inflicted”, and would therefore not be liable for compensation.

Get advice from a top sports accident injury specialist

It’s only when the blame for a sports injury is totally unforeseen and not within the normal remit for that sport, that a compensation claim could be viable. For example, if a vaulting pole was to snap whilst the pole vaulter was in mid flight, and he/she was injured as a result, then a personal injury claim could well be launched. If you are in any doubt as to the veracity of any claim you are considering, the best thing to do is to chat to one of our advisers here at Accident Advice Helpline, in our capacity as accident injury claim specialists, and we’ll advise you accordingly.

How much might your no-win, no-fee* in Braemar claim be worth?

Before you consider making any enquiries, you might first like to check out how much your potential no-win, no-fee* in Braemar claim could be worth. This is easily done by checking in at the home page of our website, and locating the interactive HOW MUCH calculator that can be found on the homepage. You’ll need to supply six basic pieces of information and within 30 seconds you will be given an estimate.

How to proceed – call us about your no-win, no-fee* in Braemar claim

Having checked out the potential value of your claim, if you decide to proceed, you’ll have two options. Either simply click the green “claim now” button, or, if you’d like to chat to one of our team of advisers first, you can do so by calling our 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.

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Once we know the details of your potential no-win, no-fee* in Braemar claim, we’ll allocate the right lawyer with the right experience for your particular injury and the circumstances in which it was sustained. It’s all part of the great customer service that we provide.

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