Do you need to make a no win no fee* Derbyshire claim after being hurt whilst using a rowing machine?
Due to their beneficial effects, many people use rowing machines in a bid to improve their fitness. If you’re taking part in a fitness workout or if you’re planning to lose weight, you may use a range of machines and equipment, including a rowing machine. Designed to strengthen your leg and arm muscles, the rowing machine can provide a great work out.
One of the main advantages of using a rowing machine is that people at all fitness levels can use it. By varying the weight used, even beginners can start to use the rowing machine. If you’re seeking to increase your muscle mass, you may begin to increase the weights used as you progress. However, if you’re focusing on speed work, you may wish to use the same weight but try to increase your speed.
Whilst some people do have rowing machines in their own homes, they can be fairly expensive and cumbersome. If you’re unable to have gym equipment at home, you may have joined a local gym or health club in order to work out. As most gyms and leisure centres have a range of equipment, this can help to ensure that you get a fully rounded work out.
Of course, if you plan to use gym equipment, it’s absolutely vital that the machinery has been put together properly and that it’s in good working order. If it has been damaged or isn’t working properly, you could suffer a serious injury as a result. For example, most gym machines have pegs or wires that allow you to choose the weight you want to work with. If you’re a beginner, you may choose a light weight, such as 2kg-3kg. If the peg or wires didn’t work, you could suddenly find yourself with 30kg-40kg of weight on you. If you’re unable to lift this, you could suffer a very serious injury.
If you have been hurt whilst using a rowing machine, or any gym equipment, you may want to make a no win no fee* Derbyshire compensation claim. If the machine was manufactured incorrectly, you may need to make your no win no fee* Derbyshire claim directly against the manufacturers. However, if the machinery was damaged or simply hadn’t been maintained properly, your no win no fee* Derbyshire compensation claim may need to be directed at the gym or leisure centre.
If you are planning to make a no win no fee* Derbyshire compensation claim, you may want to learn more about the claims process and how it works. If so, we can help. At Accident Advice Helpline we always provide free no obligation advice so it’s easy to find out more about how to make your claim. Call us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile for more information.
Date Published: 15th November 2014