Rugby Injury Claims
Have you suffered injuries whilst playing or watching a game of rugby? If yes, you may be able to make rugby injury claims.
Rugby is a contact sport which means that by its very nature it is a dangerous sport. Players are likely to sustain injuries when they participate in rugby. However, the game is governed by rules which have been designed to protect players.
It is essential that players follow a proper code of conduct when participating in sports. If they do not and if injuries and accidents occur, they can be held responsible. For example, if a player has suffered injuries whilst playing rugby as a result of deliberate assault or dangerous tackles, he may have a claim for compensation.
A rugby injury claim can also arise out of poor refereeing, lack of supervision, negligent medical treatment and advice and dangerous ground conditions.
Even if you have suffered injuries as a spectator, you may be able to make a claim. for example, if the seating arrangement was not suitable and collapsed, you may be able to claim compensation if you were injured as a result.
Making A Claim
If you have suffered injuries whilst playing or watching rugby and if it was not your fault, our solicitors can help you make a rugby injury claim.
You can arrange a free discussion of your case by calling us on our phone number.
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