Our solicitors for sports injury claims can help you if you have been injured while participating in any kind of sport as a professional or amateur. For example, if you were injured when participating in a novice ski lesson on holiday where another skier collided into you.
We are proud to offer a No Win, No Fee Agreement on sports injury claims. This means that there is no financial risk to you. Our specialist sports injury claims solicitors may be able to help you on a no win no fee basis.
No.1 Solicitors is a specialist personal injury law firm, helping injured client’s all over the country, with offices based nationally across the country. We have an enviable national reputation for successfully recovering compensation and rehabilitation support for our clients who were injured in accident which was not their fault.
We understand how traumatic and upsetting sports injuries can be. Our ethos is to put you first to get the best results for you. Our team of specialist sports injury claims solicitors are able to offer home and hospital visits around the country for those client’s that are not able to visit our offices due to their severe injuries.
Negligent actions often give route to injuries. If you or someone you know has been injured during a game of sports because of the negligence of a spectator or fellow player, they may be entitled to claim for compensation.
Injuries in sports happen more often than one may think although injuries remain unreported despite leaving long-term damage. Our solicitors for sports injury claims have experience of settling many sports injury claims ranging from bleeding gums attained during a kickboxing match to a dislocated shoulder and broken legs during a more brutal game of tag rugby. Whatever your sport, your injury should not go overlooked.
If you are concerned as to who may be responsible for your injuries, or are not sure who you can raise a claim against; be certain our sports injury claims lawyers have unrivalled experience of examining and investigating such situations and are well equipped in dealing with claims of this sort.
Another sports related injury that often gets disregarded is that which has happened as a result of an accident at the gym. It is important to get legal advice in such circumstances as the laws relating to such sports injury claims can be complex. This is a big reason why such injuries do not get reported as people are simply unaware and if they are aware, they do not understand the laws surrounding the situation which generally puts many people off, resulting in them missing out on their rightfully deserved compensation.
Our solicitors for sports injury claims are able to offer home and hospital visits around the country for those client’s that are not able to visit our offices due to their severe injuries.
It is always helpful to note down witnesses, if any as well as the names of any professionals such as supervisors or captains. Images are also helpful too. We would encourage that you immediately seek medical attention, if you have not already so that any injuries such as double vision, post traumatic amnesia, ect that may last a few days, compared to long-term injuries such as fractures, are documented. Sports injury claims heavily depend on taking witness statements as a matter of urgency before memories fade. We would therefore suggest if you have been involved in a sports injury to contact our specialist personal injury lawyers so how we can help you on a No Win No Fee basis.
Accident and injuries can range from cuts and bruises to broken bones and serious spinal trauma.
No matter in which circumstances you were injured in, it is very likely that you will be able to pursue a sports injury claim on a No Win No Fee basis. If you have suffered a sports injury which was due to no fault of your own, you may have a legal right to compensation for not only your injuries but the costs of treatment and replacing equipment.
A No Win No Fee Solicitor that specialises in cycle accident claims will assess your case based on the information provided by you and determine whether or not you have a claim for compensation.