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Ice Skating Injury Claims

Have you sustained an injury at an indoor or outdoor ice rink due to negligence? If so, we can assist you in making a claim for the compensation you’re entitled to.

Our team of professional solicitors can guide you through the whole process whether you are a seasoned ice skater or simply an amateur.

Call our experts today on 0800 342 3206 or contact us online to arrange a no-obligation, initial consultation about your potential claim.

Ice Skating Injuries

December and January tend to be the most common months in which ice skating injuries occur. This is mainly due to the abundance of temporary ice rinks that pop up in cities across the UK at this time of year. Nevertheless, there are plenty of permanent sites so injuries are possible all year round. Naturally, ice skating is an activity which risks bumps and bruises, but sometimes more serious injuries can occur. These injuries include dislocated shoulders, broken bones, lacerations and back injuries.

It is important to note that having an ice skating accident does not necessarily mean a claim will be successful. There will only be a case for compensation if we can prove that a third party has been negligent in their duty to provide a safe environment. Some examples of this may include:

  • Providing unsuitable skates and other equipment
  • Careless and dangerous behaviour from fellow skaters
  • Inadequate maintenance of the ice rink
  • Poor management and supervision during peak times

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Our team are happy to discuss your individual circumstances with a no-obligation free consultation. Simply pick up the phone and call 0800 342 3206, or feel free to contact us online.

Ice Skating Accidents

As mentioned above it is normal to sustain minor injuries when ice skating. More serious accidents can pose a real risk and have a lasting impact. Common examples include:

This list is not exhaustive and many other serious injuries could happen on an ice rink. However, you are entitled to claim if your accident occurred due to the negligence of somebody else and it took place within the last three years.

Who is accountable for ice skating accidents?

Every action should be taken by the owners of the ice-rink to ensure that a safe environment is provided. You can only make a claim if your accident or injury occurred as a result of negligence. The responsibilities of the ice rink could include:

  • Fixing faults without delay
  • Ensuring that all staff are suitably trained
  • General maintenance of the rink and equipment is carried out

How can I claim?

Our solicitors specialise in ice skating accidents and will be happy to discuss further details if you believe you have a claim. If negligence can be proven then compensation may be payable.

Jefferies Solicitors work on a no win no fee basis and have experts who are experienced in all types of sport-related injury claims. This includes claims following an ice skating accident.

Claims can be issued for both past and future losses on behalf of our clients. When working on your case we will take a whole host of factors into account, such as pain and suffering, loss of earnings, and any requirements for special support.

Contact Jefferies Solicitors to start your claim

Our lawyers understand the intricate circumstances that can arise when pursuing a claim. As such, we will ensure that you are guided through the legal process in a quick and simple manner to reap the results that you deserve.

Contact Jefferies Solicitors to discuss your claim on 0800 342 3206 or feel free to fill out our online contact form.