No win no fee in Bigbury-on-Sea – sporting injury personal injury claims
Most people who enjoy taking part in a cheeky bit of sport every now and then largely accept the fact that they could run the risk of being injured in the rough and tumble of play. It goes with the territory. As such, you may not associate sports-related injuries with personal injury law.
If you are injured in the cut and thrust of competitive sport, you’ll in most cases have to take it on ether chin if you’ve been hurt in the usual run of play. But if you’ve been injured while playing your activity of choice as a result of the negligence of an individual or organisation, you might be able to avail yourself of the services of a top-class 100% no win no fee Bigbury-on-Sea solicitor with a view to securing compensation for your suffering.
Sporting injuries and no win no fee Bigbury-on-Sea solicitors
It’s not just high-octane sports that can wind up injuring participants in an accident that was not their fault. It may sound fanciful, but even pastimes such as darts and snooker can result in people suffering a mishap. Imagine that you were taking part in a darts tournament, only for a fellow arrows enthusiast who had had one too many to accidently throw a dart in your direction as a consequence of being a little the worse for wear. If the said dart hit you in the eye, you might have to endure repeated visits to the hospital and could have to take a not inconsiderable amount of time off from work. In a worst case scenario, there might even be a chance you could lose your sight.
In these circumstances, you might be able to use the services of a first-rate 100% no win no fee Bigbury-on-Sea solicitor to sue the author of your sorrow for a compensation pay-out. If you were to suffer a major injury such as losing your sight in one eye, any pay-out you were to win could be considerable.
You might even be injured while playing a game as seemingly innocuous as snooker. If your opponent gets a bit too big for his boots and attempts a silly trick shot that results in you receiving a blow to your temple from an airborne hard snooker ball, no win no fee Bigbury-on-Sea action might be your only route to redress if you suffer an injury that requires medical attention.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 18th January 2014
Author: David Brown