Sport injury claims
Many sporting accidents occur as an unfortunate consequence of participation, with no one at fault or to blame. However if you have had an accident playing sport or exercising and someone else is at fault, then they may be legally liable for any injury you have sustained. If you are in this situation then you can get help from one of our approved panel of solicitors.
An ethical approach
At The Co-operative, we believe that:
- Everyone should have access to the right level of legal expertise to provide them with support when they have suffered an injury and someone else is a fault
- Everyone should receive compensation which is a fair reflection of the injury they have sustained and which provides for any financial impact and effects on their lifestyle
As the largest co-operative organisation in the UK, we aim to ensure that customers receive the best service available
Experts in sporting injury claims
We have access to an expert legal team from our approved panel of solicitors including lawyers, sporting experts, medical experts and barristers who all specialise in handling a wide range of sporting injury claims. They have helped many people bring successful claims against organisations or individuals who have in some way been negligent.
The service is different
At The Co-operative we want to ensure that you are properly looked after, we’ll make sure our approved panel of solicitors focus on you and your recovery as well as your sports injury claim.
Find out more about the personal injury claim service.
Funding your claim
Pursuing an injury claim can be very stressful. The last thing that you need to worry about is how to pay for legal support to pursue your claim.
We will advise you of the best funding option for your claim to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.
If you have had an injury due to a sporting accident then you may be entitled to receive compensation for that injury. It is essential to get legal advice on what to do next.
What to do now
Call now for free advice. Your appointed solicitor will assess your situation and advise you on what to do next.