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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Steps to take to prevent a hockey accident

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    Steps to take to prevent a hockey accident


    There are important steps to take to prevent a hockey accident

    This ancient game is pretty well regulated these days. If you follow the rules you should have a great game without any injuries. The steps to take to prevent a hockey accident are not difficult to understand and we outline them in this article.

    Protect yourself

    If you play ice hockey then you’ll know it’s the fastest game on ice. This means you risk the chance of some high impact collisions with other players. You can protect yourself from falls on the ice and impact injuries by wearing protective clothing. This includes, gloves, face and mouth guards and helmets as well as leg protection.

    Field hockey can be nearly as fast and furious so think about protecting the parts of your body that are vulnerable. Shoes with cleats, face and mouth guards and some shin guards should do the trick.

    Who’s to blame when someone is injured?

    This can be difficult to establish in some circumstances. If another player is acting irresponsibly it may not have come to the attention of the coach. The best advice in this situation is to address this matter yourself before you get hurt.

    The emphasis must be on safety and players should not play the ball dangerously in a way that might harm others.

    If you’ve been hurt in an accident that was no fault of your own then you need to speak to the experts at Accident Advice Helpline.

    Who are Accident Advice Helpline?

    We’re a professional law firm dedicated to winning personal injury compensation for our clients. We do this by offering a no-win, no-fee* promise for our legal work. This means that our first class legal service is available to all non-fault accident victims whatever their financial circumstances.

    If you’d like to know more then speak to one of our trained advisors. They will take your details and tell you if you’re eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim.

    One of the most important conditions is that you’ve had medical attention for your injuries. Your accident must have happened in the last three years and we will need to show you weren’t to blame.

    Try our 30-second online test to see what you could receive. It’s not a guaranteed sum but will give you an idea.

    Compensation can make a big difference to your recovery and it’s a legal right if you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence.

    We look forward to hearing from you so call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

    Prevent future accidents by knowing the steps to take to prevent a hockey accident.

    Category: Hockey accident claims

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