It is accepted that most, if not all, sporting activities have an element of risk attached. But what if the injury sustained was through no fault of your own?
Faulty equipment and bad advice grounds for sports injury claim
Perhaps the injury occurred due the provision of some faulty equipment, a defective court or pitch or a trainer providing incorrect and dangerous advice. Any injury sustained would mean missing your favourite activity whilst you recovered or, if serious enough, could mean having to stop playing the sport permanently.
If you have suffered a sporting injury through no fault of your own and you wish to discuss the possibility of making a sports injury claim you can contact one of Blaser Mills’ specialist solicitors who will be able to provide you with free advice and assistance.