Sports law covers the legal regulations that apply to sports and athletes. Sports injury claims arising from injuries suffered whilst playing or being involved in sport can bring with them particular levels of complexity and difficulty that do not arise in other personal injury claims.
With expertise in the fields of both personal injury and sports law, Counsel at St Pauls Chambers recognise the specific needs of sports injury claims involving sports participants, be that for the Claimant or Defendant. Our sports injury claims barristers provide expert sports injury claim advice and representation in respect of all aspects of the claim. Sports injury compensation cases can become complex and tricky to navigate, so its best to seek sports injury claim advice from a specialist barrister.
Sports injuries are usually accidental and unavoidable. Accidents are possible in all sports from high-risk activities such as rugby or skiing and simple exercises like cycling or jogging. But some sports are riskier than others, based on their speed and chances of high impact.
However, sometimes sports injuries aren’t clear-cut accidents. In these situations, you could be eligible to claim for sports injury compensation. However, non-accidental injuries aren’t always easy to prove, and this ambiguity can cause complications when it comes to making sports injury claims. This is where you may wish to consult a sports injury barrister.
If you acquire an injury as a result of accidental impact or a judgement error on your part, you may find it challenging to claim sports injury compensation. This is an inherent risk of sport and can’t be attributed to the actions of any one person. However, if the injury was caused by the negligence or rule-breaking of someone else, you may be eligible to make sports injury claims.
Examples of claims for which you may be entitled to sports injury compensation include, but are not limited to, injuries caused by:
If you’ve sustained an injury from sports, you may be feeling stressed and worse for wear, especially if you’re not sure where to begin when attempting to claim sports injury compensation. Our barristers are experienced in advising and representing in sports injury claims cases and are here to help.
Whether the issue relates to advising in respect of liability for a bad tackle, calculating loss of chance for an upcoming sports star of the future, or anything in between, Counsel at St Pauls Chambers have the specialist knowledge to secure the very best result.
Contact our team of sports barristers for sports injury claim advice.
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