Shawlands is found in Glasgow, Scotland in the United Kingdom. It is home to the largest judo club found in west of Scotland known as Pro Judo. Football, bowling and aerobics are also played here.
If you suffer a sports injury that was caused by another person’s negligence or illegal tackle and you were not to blame, you may search for a locally-based ‘no win, no fee*’ Shawlands lawyers but Accident Advice Helpline is probably your best option.
Why should I choose Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline is a reputable law firm that has been endorsed by Esther Rantzen the consumer rights personality. The law firm has delivered success in many personal injury compensation claims for the last 13 years since 2000.
If you call their friendly advisers on their free phone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. They will give you free advice. If you don’t want to talk on phone you can fill details on the online form at their website. They will get you in touch with a specialist ‘no win, no fee*’ Shawlands lawyer who will help drive success to your claim.
You should not worry about how much it will cost to pursue your injury claim because all their ‘no win, no fee*’ Shawlands lawyers work on 100% no win no fee* agreement. But, if you only want to know if your claim is valid, you can complete the 30 second test. Many of the claims are processed on phone or correspondence.Open Claim Calculator
Sports injuries which you can ask a ‘no win, no fee*’ Shawlands lawyer to help you make a compensation claim
Before you start playing judo you should receive proper training and use the correct PPEs. You may ask a ‘no win, no fee*’ Shawlands lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline to pursue your injury claim.
- Broken fingers-can be taped to allow them to heal.
- Strains and sprains-of ankles, knees and shoulders when muscles, tendons and ligaments can overstretch or rupture causing pain, swelling, muscle spasms, tenderness and limited motion. Rest, ice-packs, analgesic medications and NSAIDs help relief pain.
- Knee injuries-are very common in judo caused by frequent falls, contacts with other people and changing direction suddenly resulting in strains and sprains while the cartridge especially the lateral meniscus can get damaged.
- Shoulder injuries-sprains and dislocation of the shoulder happens when you fall on the surface or due to high speed impact and direct contact with other players. The doctor may recommend a sling to immobilize the joint. Physiotherapy when the healing is underway will help to increase motion and strengthen the connective tissue and muscles
- Ankle injury-you can have ankle sprain or Achilles tendon strain.
- Back pain-is caused by pressure on the back as you lift and ‘’throw’’ opponents and as you stretch, fall down and get twisted.
- Spinal injuries-a slipped disc may cause paralysis if not treated immediately. Lack of reaction to stimuli and loss of sensation require immediate medical treatment. Surgery may be performed. Physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic treatments may help.
- Tendonitis-inflammation of the tendons which swell and become painful with limited motion is reported by some players. Steroid injections may be given in the affected area.