Sports Injury Claims
Our personal injury team are keen sport enthusiasts. Everyone in the department specialises in different sports ranging from cycling, running, swimming to ice skating! We understand that bringing a sport injury claim can be daunting, however with our experience and expertise in this field we will make this process as pain free as possible. Sustaining a sport injury whilst playing can be dreadful; we can review the individual circumstance of your injury and our team of experts can help you through your case.
We have key clients who we help such as Our Game Football.
For further information or if you believe you have a sport injury case, please contact a member of our personal injury team:
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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