There are several golf courses and clubs around the Totnes area of Devon and people who enjoy golf and live in the area can either play on a local golf course or can travel further afield to try out new courses. Some people even travel abroad on golfing holidays. What these people have in common is a passion for this popular sport which carries very few risks of personal injury. Unlike rugby, football or the martial arts it is not considered to be a contact sport and you are very unlikely to see an Accident and Emergency Department full of injured golf players on a Sunday afternoon.
This does not mean that golfing is a totally risk free activity and it does not mean that golfers will never have to search for a lawyer who works for no win no fee* on Totnes cases. There are several potential scenarios in which a golfer or other visitor to a golf club could become injured in an accident that was not their own fault. Here are a few theoretical examples that a leading law firm like Accident Advice Helpline could deal with.
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Golf buggies can cause accidents on golf courses and around the car parks of golf clubs and can leave people needing the services of a lawyer who works for no win no fee* on Totnes golf buggy accidents. Buggies are vehicles after all and they have to be maintained properly and kept in good working order if they are not to cause accidents. Visitors to the golf club should receive sufficient instruction in how to drive them safely so that they do not become a danger to themselves, passengers and other golf course users.
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Golf balls are hard and are hit very powerfully – the aim is to get them to travel a long distance. If, instead of travelling a long distance, the ball hits someone in the eye it has the potential to do an awful lot of damage. People have lost their sight and even lost the whole eye structure after being hit in the face by a stray golf ball. Measures (such as instruction and warning signs) should be taken to minimise the risks of this occurring.
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The club house may be a bar, café, restaurant and meeting place or all of these things at the same time. The same sort of accidents can happen here as in any catering premises, there can be slips, trips and falls or burns and scalds is steps are not taken to keep the environment safe.
Date Published: 5th April 2014
Author: David Brown