The area around the Loughborough village of Quorn is ideal for spending time in the countryside and perhaps enjoying some countryside pursuits such as playing golf. Thousands of people enjoy playing golf in the UK every year and it is considered a very safe sport – very few people get hurt playing golf. However, it is recognised that the injuries suffered on a golf course have the potential to be both serious and life-changing. If the injury was not your own fault, this is when you may end up searching for a personal injury lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee’ on Quorn cases.
You can find one of these specialist lawyers by contacting the law firm Accident Advice Helpline. Here are some examples of cases that a lawyer working for ‘no win, no fee’ on Quorn golf claims may handle.
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ on Quorn cases – golf ball injuries
Comedy programmes regularly use a scene of someone being hit on the head by a golf ball for great comic effect but lawyers who work for ‘no win, no fee’ on Quorn golf cases know that this type of injury is actually no laughing matter.
Both adults and children have lost eyes after accidents involving speeding golf balls or swinging golf clubs. The forces that are involved in hitting a golf ball are huge so it is hardly surprising that when the golf club or the ball come into contact with the human face a great deal of damage can be caused. The human eye is a very delicate structure and permanent blindness can result as well as the removal of the eye itself.
Where it can be shown that the accident was caused by the golf course management then considerable sums of money can be claimed in compensation. As a result, golf club mangers are becoming more proactive in introducing safety measures for players and spectators. Golf club organisations are also taking out insurance (public liability insurance) to make sure that they have funds to pay the compensation.
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ on Quorn cases – golf buggy accidents
Perhaps you are one of the many people who think that golf buggy accidents can’t occur because they travel so slowly in an area where there are hardly any other vehicles. Actually, golf buggy accidents are fairly common and some have even led to deaths. If the accident can be shown to be the fault of the golf course operator then a personal injury claim may be possible and Accident Advice Helpline can help with this. Golf buggy accidents can be ‘passenger ejection’ accidents or ‘roll-over accidents’. Passenger ejection accidents happen when a sudden turn is made and one of the passengers fall out. Rollover accidents happen when the buggy travels over uneven or sloping ground and rolls onto its side or roof.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.
Date Published: 7th March 2014
Author: David Brown