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    Do you need to contact Ystalyfera accident claim solicitors after a roller blading accident?

    Although roller blading isn’t as popular in the United Kingdom as in other countries, such as the United States of America, many people do still roller blade or skate. Whilst it is simply a hobby for many, some people use roller blading as a way of keeping fit whilst others skate competitively and even perform stunts whilst on skates or blades.

    As with any sport, roller blading can sometimes be dangerous and it can be possible for people to suffer serious injuries if something goes wrong. If, for example, you were skating in a public place and you were unable to stop, it’s possible that you could collide with other people, or even nearby vehicles which could result in a serious accident taking place.

    If you are new to skating or you want to learn, it may be best to go to a dedicated space, such as a skate park. Most skate parks are located well away from traffic or roads and many are even walled or fenced in so you won’t collide with moving vehicles if you were to fall.

    Of course, wearing the appropriate safety equipment can also help to minimise injuries if you do suffer a fall. For example, wearing a helmet could help to stop head injuries occurring, whilst wearing elbow and knee pads could help to prevent bruising, sprains and even broken bones.

    As roller blading can be a rather solitary sport, many injuries associated with skating simply come from falls. However, it is possible that a skater could suffer an injury caused by someone else. If, for example, you were skating on the pavement and a car or other vehicle drove on to the pedestrian area, you may be unable to move quickly enough and you could be hit.

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    Alternatively, if you were hurt or fell because of substandard equipment at a skate park, you may want to make a compensation claim with Ystalyfera accident claim solicitors against the park owners or managers.

    If you have been hurt by someone or something else whilst skating and you want to make a compensation claim, you may want to contact Ystalyfera accident claim solicitors. Ystalyfera accident claim solicitors or personal injury lawyers should be able to help you to prove that you weren’t at fault and, if you can do this, you could be awarded a significant amount of compensation for your injuries.

    Call us at Accident Advice Helpline now

    If you’re keen to make a compensation claim with Ystalyfera accident claim solicitors, you can call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time, for help or assistance with your claim. Our phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500, or on 0333 500 0993, if you’re calling from a mobile, to find out more or to make a compensation claim today.

    Date Published: 28th October 2014

    Author: kate

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