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Adventure sports can be fun and thrilling but can also of course be dangerous and lead to injuries including, tragically, sometimes very serious injuries. When accidents occur, we have the expertise to help.
We have substantial experience of acting for both civilians and military personnel injured whilst engaged in activities such as:
Those responsible for organising such activities have a responsibility to minimise the risk of accidents. Appropriate risk assessments should be carried out, and repeated as and when appropriate, and guidelines and measures implemented, failing which serious injury can occur, giving rise to liability in Law.
Similarly, providers of training / instruction in, and equipment used for, such activities owe duties of care to practitioners and can be liable for accidents.
We have a wealth of experience in this field. Our Head of Serious Sports injury, Gary Boyd himself has a passion for the outdoor life and is a keen kayaker and cyclist, and so understands the dangers involved in such sports and how risks can and should be minimised. Gary has over 21 years’ experience of representing Claimants in Personal Injury claims including representing those who have sustained injuries such as:
There are a variety of strict time limits for claiming compensation which varies depending on the nature of your injuries and the circumstances surrounding the accident. With this in mind, we suggest contacting Gary Boyd – our dedicated serious sports injury claims solicitor – as soon as possible to discuss your circumstances.
If you would like to make a claim, you can call us on 0161 930 5117 or send your enquiry into our team via the online contact form.
Head of Military & Serious Sports Injury ClaimsMilitary Claims