Chacombe is a village and civil parish in South Northamptonshire, it is about 3 miles
northeast of Banbury in the neighbouring county of Oxfordshire. Chacombe is well known for its magnificent countryside. This makes it a popular location for keen walkers and golf enthusiasts.
Are you a keen golfer? If so we hope you have managed to enjoy the sport without any accidents or painful mishaps.
However if this is not the case and you have found yourself one of the unlucky individuals who has been hurt whilst enjoying the golfing sport then perhaps you could benefit from some help and advice from the Solicitor in Chacombe team at Accident Advice Helpline.
Solicitor in Chacombe
The Solicitor in Chacombe team at Accident Advice Helpline is just one of the in house solicitor teams working for Accident Advice Helpline.
As the name suggests this team is responsible for helping and assisting all accident victims in the Chacombe area. Whilst the Solicitor in Chacombe team at Accident Advice Helpline have the knowledge and experience to deal with any type of accident claim, they do deal with a large number of compensation claims relating to injuries caused by golfing accidents in particular.
Although golf is considered to be one of the more peaceful activities of the sports world, accidents can still happen when people are playing golf. If you have been the victim of a golfing accident that was not your own fault and you have suffered injuries as a result then you could well be entitled to make a claim for cash compensation. Let’s take a look at some circumstances that you make you the victim of a golfing accident.
- Being hit by a golf ball – even if the person who hits the ball shouts ‘fore’ after they have hit the ball, the injured party may still be able to bring a compensation claim against them under certain circumstances.
- A malfunction in the golf buggy causing it to stop suddenly and resulting in whiplash or the passenger being thrown from the buggy which could cause a number of different injuries.
- Injury caused by a slip or a fall in the golf clubhouse – if this is the fault of the clubhouse i.e. due to wet floors or uneven flooring or stairs, the injured person is an accident victim and therefore may be able to bring a compensation claim against the golf club.
- Injury suffered due to a badly maintained green – if there is holes in the grass which cause golfers to trip or fall, they may be able to being a compensation claim against the club as it is their responsibility to keep this area safe and well maintained.
To get more information about making a claim for a golfing accident please contact the Solicitor in Chacombe team at Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 7th April 2014
Author: David Brown