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No Win No Fee Skiing Accident Claims. 

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- Pay nothing if you lose. 

When you work with MG Legal's personal injury solicitors, you get:  

Free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist solicitor 
The maximum financial compensation in your skiing accident claim 
A designated solicitor with up to 30 years of experience 

Suffered a skiing injury in the last 3 years?  Call 01772 783314 Or, fill in your details and our personal injury solicitors will contact you within one working hour. 

What is a skiing accident claim? 

With both indoor and outdoor skiing facilities, and dry ski slopes, becoming increasingly popular in the UK, people who would previously never experience skiing are now able to learn and enjoy the sport without leaving the country. With this increase in the use of indoor ski slopes, there has also been a large increase in the number of people becoming injured in skiing accidents in England and Wales. 
Whether this was caused by faulty equipment, poor facilities, inadequate training, or any other fault caused by negligence on the part of the company or business, you could be able to make a no win no fee skiing accident claim in order to achieve financial compensation for your injuries, with our specialist skiing accident solicitors. 

Am I eligible to make a skiing accident claim? 

In order to make a successful no win no fee skiing accident claim, and achieve financial compensation for your injuries, you must be able to prove the following, with the help of your no win no fee personal injury solicitor, at MG Legal: 
That the company or employee of the indoor ski slope or dry ski slope acted negligently 
That this act of negligence directly led to your injuries 
That the injuries occurred within the last three years 
When you choose to work with MG Legal’s no win no fee personal injury solicitors, your designated personal injury solicitor will go above and beyond to prove your claim, and obtain the maximum financial compensation possible for you. If you are unsure whether or not you are eligible to make a no win no fee skiing accident claim, or would like to discuss your eligibility with a no win no fee solicitor on a free, no-obligation basis, simply contact us online here and speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 

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MG Legal's leading personal injury solicitors accept all sports injury claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis, and have a success rate of over 99%. 
Our team put your first, and work with care to achieve your financial compensation. Call us today on a free, no-obligation basis at: 01772 783314 
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How to make a skiing accident claim: 

If you have been injured in a skiing accident in England or Wales in the last three years, and are looking to make a skiing accident claim for financial compensation, the first step is to get in touch with a specialist skiing accident solicitor, such as MG Legal, to learn whether you have a valid skiing accident claim. 
After we have established the specifics and the strength of your potential skiing accident claim, we will then get to work on gathering all of the relevant information and evidence involved in your potential claim, and advise you as to the next steps to be taken to begin building your NO WIN NO FEE skiing accident claim. 
Our no win no fee solicitors work with the best medical experts in their field to obtain a detailed medical report, detailing the injuries you sustained in your skiing accident. We use this medical report to assess how much personal injury compensation you will receive for your injuries sustained in your skiing accident. 

Who can I make a skiing accident claim against? 

Depending on how your skiing accident occurred, and how you became injured, will determine who your no win no fee skiing accident claim will be pursued against. Generally speaking, most skiing accident claims will be made against the company in charge of the indoor skiing facilities or the dry ski slope, for the act of negligence that they performed leading to your skiing accident and injuries. Even if it is an individual employee who has acted negligently or caused your skiing accident, it is usually the case that your skiing accident claim will be made against their employer as they hold the overall responsibility for the service provided within the premises. 
If you are considering making a no win no fee skiing accident claim, and looking to learn more about who the claim will be made against, or who is liable for your injuries sustained in your skiing accident, then do not hesitate to reach out to our no win no fee skiing accident solicitors to speak to a solicitor on a free, no obligation basis. 

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Indoor skiing accident claims: 

With skiing becoming a much more popular sport and pastime for many people, we have also seen the creation of a number of indoor ski slopes and skiing facilities up and down the country, with more being set to come in the near future. 
Some of the most popular indoor ski slopes include: 
The Chill Factore- Manchester 
The Snow Centre in North-West London 
Snow dome- Tamworth 
Snozone- Milton Keynes 
All of these indoor skiing slopes offer fun for all the family, with the indoor ski slopes stretching up to 190 metres long in Manchester’s Chill Factore. They also offer lessons and classes with indoor snow schools, where you can learn to ski or snowboard safely and in a controlled environment. 
Still, even in these large-scale indoor skiing slopes, things can go wrong. Whether it’s a problem with the quality of the fake snow causing hazards, poor crowd control, defective equipment, inadequate training of instructors, faulty ski lifts, or any other issue, skiing accidents can occur, and people can become seriously injured as a result. 
If you or your loved one have been injured in one of the UK’s indoor skiing slopes, do not hesitate to get in touch with our no win no fee skiing accident solicitors to learn more about making a skiing accident claim for financial compensation today. 

What to do after a skiing accident: 

1. Take photographs of the accident site- If you, or your child, are unfortunate enough to be involved in a skiing accident, always try to take pictures of the defective, or poorly maintained skiing equipment that has caused the accident and injury to occur. 
2. Collect contact details of any witnesses- Indoor skiing facilities are generally quite busy places. If there are witnesses to the incident, you should always attempt to approach them and obtain their names, contact numbers, and any other contact details so that you can get in touch with them at any point within your skiing accident claim. 
3. Make a formal complaint to the skiing company- Before you leave the premises, always ensure that you have completed a full accident report with the manager, and have physically seen and signed the report or accident book. Always check that the entry in the accident book is accurate as this is often used as evidence later in your claim. 
4. Obtain any CCTV footage- It is also worth asking for a copy of the CCTV footage of the incident that caused the injury, which there is a good chance will be available. 
5. Seek medical treatment for any serious injuries- Your health and wellbeing is the number one priority, so contact your GP or attend the local Emergency Department for any treatment necessary. Your medical records of this appointment can also be obtained and provided to any medical expert later in your claim. 
6. Get in touch with a specialist skiing accident solicitor- The final and most important step regarding a skiing accident claim is to contact MG Legal’s skiing accident solicitors as soon as possible, and we will get straight to work on your behalf with building your skiing accident claim. 

Skiing accident statistics 2022: 

It is no secret that with skiing comes a certain degree of risk of skiing accidents and injuries. Each year, over 100,000 people suffer from injuries of some kind when taking part in winter sports activities. Of the injuries sustained whilst partaking in winter sports, skiing comes at the top of this list, with almost 300,000 people being injured while skiing in the last decade. There is a clear difference between people competing in winter sports such as skiing competitively, and those skiing for fun or as part of a skiing holiday. However, neither come without risk, and every year thousands of people are injured while skiing. 
Unfortunately, by a considerable margin, the most commonly sustained types of skiing accident injuries are head injuries. Head injuries can be life-changing, if not fatal, and this statistic highlights the risk of skiing and other winter sports, one that our skiing accident solicitors know all too well. While our skiing accident solicitors are not suggesting that people forgo their skiing holidays, or stop taking part in the winter sports that they enjoy, our skiing accident solicitors would urge that people take these risks into consideration and are properly trained, and are supplied with the correct equipment. 
Especially now, when many people have not been on their regular skiing holidays for over 2 years due to the continued pandemic travel restrictions, and around 70% of skiers admitting to feeling out of practice, it is more important than ever to consider the risks of skiing. 

Defective skiing equipment claims: 

When you do attend an indoor skiing slope, or a dry ski slope in the UK, the large majority of customers borrow the company’s skis and other equipment as part of the experience. 
The following equipment is usually borrowed at an indoor skiing slope: 
Ski boots 
Ski poles 
All of these pieces of equipment are important, and they ensure the safety of customers when they are using the skiing facilities. Still, as these things are being used so often, it is not uncommon for things to go wrong, and for the equipment to break and have defects over time. 
Because of this, the company has a legal requirement to carry out regular checks of their equipment, both the personal equipment provided to customers and the ski lifts and other machinery. If this doesn’t happen, then it is easy for broken and defective equipment to be missed, posing a risk of injury to customers. 
If you have attended an indoor skiing slope or a dry ski slope, and have been injured due to faulty equipment or broke protective equipment, then you could be eligible to make a no win no fee skiing accident claim today for financial compensation with our specialist solicitors. Learn more about this by getting in contact with our specialist no win no fee solicitors online here, and have a free no-obligation consultation with a specialist solicitor. 

How much compensation can I claim for in a skiing accident claim? 

One for the first questions that we hear from many of our clients, is ‘how much is my skiing accident claim worth?’. If you are looking to know how much your potential skiing accident claim might be worth, it is important to remember that each skiing accident claim is valued on an individual basis. A part of the compensation value that is involved is known as special damages, and this value is calculated based on your individual situation. 
In regard to your injuries alone, you are awarded compensation for pain and suffering in a skiing accident claim, which is known as general damages. The below table outlines the guidance offered by the Judicial College on these injuries. 
Injury description: 
Estimated compensation amount: 
Arm fracture- a simple fracture of the forearm 
£6,190 to £18,020 
Elbow fracture- a simple fracture to the elbow 
Up to £11,820 
Leg fracture- simple fractures to a femur with no damage to the articular surfaces 
£8,550 to £13,210 
Ankle fracture- a simple and undisplaced fractured ankle, varying on the likelihood of a full recovery 
Up to £12,900 
Foot fracture- simple metatarsal fractures 
Up to £12,900 
Toe fracture- a simple fractured toe 
Up to £9,010 
Significant scarring- where the worst effects have been reduced by plastic surgery leaving some cosmetic disability 
£8,550 to £28,240 
Less significant scarring- all but one scar easily hidden or camouflaged  
£3,710 to £12,900 
Trivial scarring- where the effect is minor  
£1,600 to £3,310 

Our straight-forward no win no fee claims process: 

Free, no obligation consultation 

MG Legal's specialist solicitors offer a free, no obligation consultation to all potential clients. 

Start your no win no fee claim 

We accept all claims on a no win no fee basis, and will begin building your claim the same day. 

Hassle-free claims process 

Your designated solicitor will be in regular contact, and keep you updated throughout the claims process. 

Maximum compensation awards 

Our team go above and beyond to achieve the maximum financial comepnsation for our clients. 

How can I prove that the skiing accident was not my fault? 

This is where our specialist skiing accident solicitors come in. When you choose to work with MG Legal’s no win no fee injury solicitors, we will gather all of the evidence available in order to prove that negligence occurred in your skiing accident claim. This evidence can include gathering witness statements, an inspection of the locus, obtaining any available medical evidence relating to your injuries, enabling us to provide a full, detailed description of how your accident happened, and the injuries that you suffered as a result. 
With all of this evidence that is available, and making use of relevant case law, your no win no fee skiing accident solicitor will go above and beyond to establish clearly the negligence involved in the accident, and subsequently proving who was to blame for your injuries. 
To learn more about your specific no win no fee skiing accident claim, and how the negligence can be proven, do not hesitate to reach out to our no win no fee skiing accident solicitors to discuss this with a solicitor on a free, no-obligation basis. 

Why choose MG Legal for my NO WIN NO FEE skiing accident claim? 

Here at MG Legal, our skiing accident claims solicitors have over 30 years of experience in personal injury claims, and we are experienced in settle no win no fee claims successfully at all stages of the process, and have a success rate of over 99% in all of the no win no fee claims that we take on. 
Because we are so confident in our solicitors’ abilities, we accept all of our skiing accident claims on a no win no fee basis. When working in this way, if we did not win our client’s skiing accident claim, they would not owe us any money and we would not be paid for the work. 

What is the time limit for making a skiing accident claim? 

As is the case with all personal injury compensation claims, the time limit for making a skiing accident claim is usually 3 years. For your skiing accident claim, the time limit will depend on your specific circumstances, and the circumstances of your accident and injury- for example, if you are under the age of 18, or if you were unaware that you had sustained an injury at the time. 
See an explanation of the potential time limits for your skiing accident claim here: 
If you or your loved one suffered an injury as an immediate result of a skiing accident, then you have 3 years from the date of the accident within which to make a skiing accident claim. 
However, if you have suffered a delayed injury after a skiing accident, then you instead have three years from the date that this injury begins or is diagnosed. 
When you are making a skiing accident claim, it is best to contact a specialist solicitor as soon as possible, in order to allow them to ensure that your skiing accident claim is submitted correctly. 
No Win No Fee Skiing Accident Claims Across England and Wales: 
No matter where you are injured across England and Wales, MG Legal's Personal Injury Solicitors are here to help you to achieve the financial compensation that you deserve. 
For a free, no-obligation consultation with a personal injury solicitor, contact us online here. Or give us a call on 01772 783314 
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