Gym & Leisure Centre Injuries
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Gym Injury Claims in Sunderland – Claim for Personal Injury Now
Gym use is at a national high, and in Sunderland it’s no different. More and more people in the North East are using gyms, sports centres, leisure centres, and swimming pools to keep fit. But what happens if you get hurt on gym premises? You could be due personal injury compensation.
Thankfully our Sunderland team of solicitors are specialists in helping people in the area to make gym injury claims, and with one quick phone call you can find out what your rights are and how much personal injury compensation you could be due.
Gym Injury Claim Types
The types of common gym injury claims in Sunderland and the UK that we see can involve the following types of scenarios:
Slips, trips, and falls on slippery surfaces and water
Poorly maintained gym equipment
Inadequate training from gym instructors
Injury due to other gym users’ negligence
With the high level of activity and moving parts that are commonplace in Sunderland gyms, it’s no wonder that they are part of a rising trend in locations where injuries can occur.
How You Can Be Injured
Injuries are most common with the following activity types:
If you believe that you were hurt or injured in a Sunderland gym, swimming pools, sports centre, or leisure centre, and it was not your fault then call us now. We offer free phone consultations to all callers and will quickly be able to tell you whether you have a claim.
No Win No Fee* Solicitors for Sunderland
We work on a no win no fee* agreement meaning there is no financial risk to you and all calls are treated with the strictest confidentially. Call now on 01273 838 738 to see how we could help you to claim for compensation today. Our lines are open 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.
Slips, trips and falls are some of the most common injuries to occur in public places. The injuries sustained from slips, trips and falls vary quite dramatical from minor sprains, to very serious head injuries, back injuries, paralysis and in the worst cases fatalities.