When you take part in any physical activity, you are aware that you may be taking a risk with your own safety. Of course, certain activities carry more of a risk than others. Bungee jumping, for example is often considered more dangerous and risk-heavy than hill walking.
Although you as a participant might take a risk, you should also be aware that if your activity takes part either on another person’s premises or you use their equipment as part of your activity, they have a responsibility towards you.
Should they fail in this responsibility, you have the right to make a claim for compensation through Sandwell ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors.
As has already been stated, some activities carry more of a risk than others. Golf, for example is not often considered to be an activity which carries with it a great risk, other than to crimes against fashion.
However, accidents can happen even in the most “safe” of places and activities and if one should befall you, you have the right to make a claim for compensation through Sandwell no win no fee* solicitors if it can be proven that the accident was not your fault.
Before beginning your claim, Sandwell ‘no win, no fee*’ practitioners offer a 30 second test to establish the validity of your situation. Because the compensation for injuries which result from accidents is only available if the accident was the fault of a third party either because of their action or negligence, Accident Advice Helpline can establish before beginning a claim if yours is likely to be successful, giving you the peace of mind you need to pursue the compensation you deserve.
For example, if you’re out on the golf course and decide to climb into a bunker to take a swing, falling as you do so, the liability for the accident is your own because you took the decision to climb down.
However, if you are riding on a golf buggy being driven by an employee of the club who crashes it causing you to receive injuries, the fault for the accident is not your own and Sandwell no win no fee* solicitors can seek a claim for compensation for your injuries.
Making your claim through Sandwell ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors
People often choose to make a claim for compensation in order to have their injuries and the situation which led to them formally recognised and amendments made for the same. The compensation they receive is seen as an apology for the situation and as a result, they may feel that justice has been served. In addition, compensation can ensure that if you need to take time away from work to recuperate or have family members care for you at the expense of their own work, nobody is left financially lost. Finally, the award can ensure that the circumstances which led to your injuries might not happen again. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.