No win no fee* in St David’s


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St David’s village was named in memory of the patron saint. This was to commemorate Saint David who is believed to have lived here. There is the rugby union club known as RAF Rugby Club among other competing clubs in this area.

If you get hurt while playing sports and another person was to blame, you may want a specialist solicitor to handle the matter on your behalf. Looking for legal help may not be easy and that is why you should turn to Accident Advice Helpline, which is a well-known legal firm that provides full legal services throughout the UK.

Why you should choose Accident Advice Helpline

If you are looking for an affordable lawyer who will not ask for upfront fees you should call Accident Advice Helpline to help you make a no win no fee* in St David’s claim for compensation. You can also go to their website or call their 24/7 hotline and a friendly adviser will answer your questions and resolve your queries to help you decide if you will file your claim or not.

Accident Advice Helpline has a team of highly qualified solicitors who are waiting to take your no win no fee* in St David’s claim forward. Ensure that you file your claim within 3 years since the accident happened.  

No win no fee* in St David’s claims for rugby injuries

Rugby is a collision sport which causes traumatic injuries. To minimise injuries while playing, you should wear an ankle brace, knee brace, mouth guard, helmet, shoulder support and rugby gloves. But, another player may cause a collision and you get hurt.

  • Pain and swelling-can be controlled with ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen and paracetamols. Rest, ice-packs and elevation usually help.
  • Strains and sprains-of the tendons, muscles and ligaments in the knees and ankles are caused by running, scrumming and tackling. These may appear as minor but a sports medical professional should be consulted.
  • Shin sprints-can be very painful when there are tears in the shin muscles.
  • Dislocated joints-fingers, wrists, elbows, ankles and knee joints can dislocate when the joint is twisted.
  • Tendinitis and bursitis-are over-use injuries caused by stress. Swelling, tenderness, pain and inflammation may be experienced.
  • Fractured bones-collisions with another player may cause fractured bones.
  • Knee injuries-a meniscus tear or kneecap dislocation may occur as you turn suddenly or the opponent collides with you and hits your knee.
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