Sporting And Leisure Accident Compensation Claims

For most of us playing sports and enjoying leisure time is an important part of the week, and we accept that it involves some degree of risk. If you have suffered injury through a sports or leisure accident caused by faulty equipment, poor coaching or insufficient supervision, you should claim for compensation – even if your injury happened abroad.

This can include

  • Accidents in bars or restaurants
  • Accidents on fairground attractions
  • Accidents on go karts
  • Accidents on ice rinks
  • Injuries sustained during sports matches
  • Injuries sustained during horse riding, skiing, scuba diving and even at the gym.

How Tollers can help with a Sports Accident Claim

We will listen to your story and make sure we understand what you want to achieve by making a claim. Then we will explain the legal process in clear language, including what we must prove to ensure a claim is successful. We have helped numerous people with compensation claims for sport and leisure-related injuries, in the UK and abroad – and not just for contact sports like football or rugby – we have also pursued claims successfully for injuries sustained while skiing, horse riding, scuba diving, and even at the gym.

Leisure centre and gym accidents

There are lots of ways to sustain injury at a leisure centre or gym, such as slipping on wet surfaces in courts, changing areas, showers or around pools; injuries to children while swimming; trips and falls in uneven or poorly lit areas; using faulty gym equipment, or not being given the right instructions for equipment.

Talk to Tollers

Tollers lawyers are experts in this field, and can provide clear, jargon-free advice on potential sports and leisure injury claims, along with a no-obligation assessment of whether you have reasonable chances of success. If we believe you do, we can help on a risk free ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.

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