It is accepted that most, if not all, sporting activities have an element of risk attached, but what if an injury was sustained through no fault of your own?
Faulty equipment and bad advice
Perhaps the injury occurred due to the provision of faulty equipment, a defective court or pitch, or a trainer who has provided incorrect and dangerous advice.
An injury could mean that you may not be able to work, that you are not able to enjoy your favourite activity while you recover, or you may have to stop playing the sport permanently.
Team sports are regulated by professional bodies. There is growing interest in the regulation of sports such as football and rugby, and in ensuring that regulation is applied at the ‘grass roots’. Our specialist Personal Injury lawyers are receiving increasing numbers of enquiries about sports-related injuries. 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, please contact one of our Personal Injury team who will be able to provide you with advice and assistance.
Why choose us?
- No win, no fee
- Our lawyers are Personal Injury specialists and highly experienced
- We are members of nationally recognised panels and accreditation schemes
- We care about what we do
- We will come and visit you at your home
The personal injury team at Blaser Mills in High Wycombe ‘offers a fantastic, friendly service’ while it ‘consistently manages to achieve excellent results’ in head, brain and spinal injury cases caused by slips, trips as well as road traffic and work accidents.