If you have been injured whilst participating in any kind of sport, as a professional or as an amateur, then we can help.
Sport can, by its very nature, involve an element of risk. Most sport involves some "rough and tumble", and there is an acceptance that you may get the odd ache or bruise. In contact sports such as football or rugby, that risk is even greater.
Some examples include:
- Faulty equipment or badly maintained playing surface
- Late or malicious tackles
- Injuries to spectators where the viewing area was unsafe or the event was poorly organised
- Failure to provide a safe playing environment
Sport claims are complex and not everyone who is injured whilst playing sport will have a claim. You will need a lawyer who understands this area of law and has experience in dealing with such claims.
If you would like us to review the individual circumstances of your sports injury to let you know if we can help you with a claim for compensation, contact Gemma Rowe on 01392 334017. We can offer you expert support and advice on your claim, and help you to secure the compensation that you deserve.
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