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Hiring a Sports Injury Lawyer after Sustaining a Common Sports Injury

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Hiring a Sports Injury Lawyer after Sustaining a Common Sports Injury

When you’re young and impressionable, your parents will usually pick a sport (of their choice), and you’ll either quit by the age of 14, or stick with it, and, possibly, become pro! Now the journey of a pro is not a common one, as we know there is a lot of competition these days, but do you know what is common? Sport injuries.

 

Unfortunately, sport injuries are a part of playing the game, and if you are heavily involved in a sport or multiple sports, you’re bound to experience a minor to severe injury. To get an idea of an injury you are likely to endure, here is a list of the top seven most common sport injuries:

 

  • Ankle sprains;
  • Groin pulls;
  • Hamstring strains;
  • Shin splints;
  • Knee injuries; and
  • Tennis elbows.

 

These are the most common injuries that you are likely to experience if you continue playing sports.

 

Hiring a Sports Injury Lawyer and the Right Questions to Ask

 

A sports injury lawyer has experience dealing with cases involving all of these common injuries, while making sure that you receive compensation for the injury if you were not at-fault in the situation. Here are a few questions you should be asking a sports injury lawyer or Toronto personal injury lawyer in the initial consultation:

 

  • Do you have experience with a sports injury case similar to mine?
  • How will you go about dealing with the insurance company?
  • How long have you been in practice for?
  • How long will it take for my sports injury case to be settled?

 

This is a short list of questions to get you started, but make sure that your lawyer has experience dealing with a sports injury case, and is going to give you the advice and expertise to file your claims and deal with your insurance company directly.

 

Book a free consultation with a sports injury lawyer or Toronto personal injury lawyer today.

 

Sources:

http://www.webmd.com/men/features/seven-most-common-sports-injuries

http://www.disabled-world.com/disability/legal/personal-injury-lawyer.php