Cricket accident claims
Are you looking to make unexpected accident claims in Herefordshire following an injury sustained while playing cricket?. If you are seeking legal assistance, help is only one phone call away in the form of Accident Advice Helpline. Cricket is very popular in Herefordshire, but you would do well to read the ensuing tips to prevent yourself from getting hurt while playing.
Tips to prevent injuries while playing cricket
- Protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen and wearing a hat.
- Sliding and stopping is an integral part of cricket, but you need to learn how to slide and stop in the right way, otherwise you could get seriously hurt. Ask your coach or trainer to train you to slide and stop in the right way.
- Always ensure that the playing pitch is clean and smooth.
- Make it a point to drink water before, during and after playing.
- Ensure that you know how to use cricketing equipment safely and correctly.
- If you happen to be a pace bowler, it is very important that you bowl a limited number of overs a day. The number of overs that you should bowl would be based on your age, fitness level and maturity.
- Always follow the rules of the game.
- Always play fairly.
- Never play in conditions that are extremely wet or too hot. In such conditions, it is always preferable to reschedule a game.
- If you have been injured or are bleeding, you need to instantly leave the ground.
- Always wear the right protective equipment to play cricket.
Compensation for unexpected accident claims in Herefordshire
Use the compensation calculator if you have been injured while playing cricket in Herefordshire. By using this calculator, you will get a rough idea of the amount of compensation that can be claimed for the injuries you have sustained. You can access this calculator online at the Accident Advice Helpline website.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today
To discuss your unexpected accident claims in Herefordshire, simply dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.
Date Published: 30th May 2014
Author: David Brown