Recreational Accident Injury

Recreational Accident Injury

Recreational accident injuries happen all the time. A child breaks their arm or leg when playing on a public trampoline or at the park, someone suffers a head injury in an ATV accident, someone drowns or nearly downs in a pool. These are all common, unexpected, and often devastating. Holding someone accountable for these injuries can take time.

At USClaims, we can help you get the money you need to cover your expenses while your recreational accident case takes time to settle in court. Contact USClaims to learn how pre-settlement funding could help!

Common types of recreational or sport accidents include and may involve:

  • Boating, rafting, sailing and jet ski accidents
  • Scuba diving and snorkeling
  • Youth Sports accidents
  • Organized sport injuries; Soccer, Football, Basketball, Martial Arts
  • Gymnastics, cheerleading, dance
  • Trampoline accidents
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • ATV, Golf carts and 3-wheeler accidents
  • Motor and non-motor dirt bike accidents
  • Mountain bike and bicycles
  • Cross bow and hunting equipment
  • All types of guns
  • Skateboards, scooters and hover boards
  • Snowboarding and snow sport equipment
  • Obstacle course events such as Spartan Races, Warrior / CrossFit games, with competitions and workout sessions
  • Kids and youth playcenters
  • Gym injuries
  • RV Accidents

Each activity above has a variety of injuries that can occur as a result. Boating for example: according to a recent Recreational Boating Statistics Report by the U.S. Coast Guard, the fatality rate per 100,00 registered vessels was 5.5. That’s almost 6 deaths per 100,000 registered vessels. Common injuries involve traumatic brain injury, bruising, lacerations, broken bones, fractures, paralysis, and more. Beyond the common injuries, death is also a possibility. According to statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, recreational activities, including sports, account for an estimated 3.2 million visits to emergency rooms each year for children aged 5-14 years.

Despite how different each activity and injury can be, fault and blame can normally be attributed to a common set of factors:

  • Defective products
  • Defective equipment
  • Poorly maintained facilities
  • Unsupervised activities
  • Failure to warn
  • Lack of signage

Recreational accidents are problematic for a variety of reasons. If these recreational activities act as training to play a sport professionally it can mean the end to a promising career. If these recreational activities are a hobby, it could mean the end of a fun way to spend time. Injuries sustained could be long-lasting or even permanent and could require years of medication and physical therapy. But the day to day grind continues. You need an income and you may not be able to work. Finances are getting tighter and tighter. You need money and you need it now. You need pre-settlement funding.

USClaims understands how difficult it can get to make ends meet while waiting for your case to be resolved. We offer pre-settlement funding to help pay for living expenses while your case is being resolved. We can help make things easier by providing the money you need to live while your claim makes its way through the courts. Apply now or call us today at 1-877-USCLAIMS to learn more.

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