One of Scotland’s most popular sports is golf. Scotland is home to hundreds of golf courses and the sport is enjoyed by both men and women of all ages. Most people would not associate the sport with making a . However, personal injuries can happen on the golf course which can result in a being made.
Injuries which can be sustained range from minor injuries to more serious injuries which could require medical treatment. If you have sustained an injury when playing golf that was not your fault, you may be able to raise a successful compensation claim against the person or club who was at fault.
Causes of injuries include:
Another possible injury which can be sustained is golfer’s elbow which is a form of tendonitis. This injury is caused due to the strain on the elbow when playing the sport. If this injury is sustained due to the fact that you have received poor training from an instructor you may be able to bring a compensation claim against the instructor.
If you have been involved in an accident during a that was not your fault, call our who specialise in compensation claims on 0800 0287828 and we will advise you on your first steps to receiving the compensation you deserve on abasis.