How to Seek Compensation After a Sports and Recreation Injury

by | Jan 7, 2024 | Injuries | 0 comments

Playing in a sports league or practicing them recreationally can be a fun way to get active, but players are often at risk of suffering injuries due to poor conditions, defective equipment, and other people’s negligence. If you have been hurt in a sport-related injury, you may face physical, emotional, and financial consequences, all of which deserve recognition and compensation. Seeking immediate medical attention, documenting the impact of your injuries, and contacting our experienced personal injury lawyers at Dominguez Law gives you the best chance of achieving a fair settlement.

With years of experience handling complex sports and recreational injury claims and providing unmatched services to New Mexico victims, you can rely on us to handle every aspect of your claim effectively and efficiently. Our compassionate lawyers understand the stress you may face during recovery or from missing work, so we take the weight of the legal process off your shoulders. When working with us, you have a team on your side aggressively advocating for your rights and the compensation you deserve.

How Can You Receive Compensation After Suffering a Sports and Recreation Injury in New Mexico?

The aftermath of a sports injury can be overwhelming, and while you may know you have the right to file a claim, it can be difficult to know where to start. Taking the following steps can help you seek compensation for your losses and hold the liable party accountable for the negligence:

Seek Immediate Medical Attention

Even if you feel fine after a sports-related accident, it is crucial to seek medical attention. Healthcare professionals may be able to identify underlying issues that would not have shown symptoms right away. This step helps you start recovery and creates a medical record of your injuries that can be used as evidence in your claim.

Document Your Injuries

Another way to demonstrate the harm the negligent party’s actions have caused is by documenting how your injuries affect your life. This could include writing about your appointments, describing how your injuries have impacted you emotionally, and how your life has changed since your injury. This helps convey the non-economic losses you suffer, helping us accurately calculate your claim’s worth and prove the damages you suffered.

Contact an Experienced Lawyer

After suffering a sports-related injury through no fault of your own, you deserve to focus on recovery. However, this can be challenging if you attempt to handle your claim on your own. Therefore, it is crucial to act quickly and contact our trusted team at Dominguez Law. We manage every aspect of your claim, including the following:

  • Conducting a detailed investigation
  • Collecting and analyzing evidence
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Accurately calculating your claim’s value
  • Utilizing our legal knowledge to answer your questions
  • Negotiating with insurance adjusters on your behalf
  • Taking your claim to court if necessary

Because we have such extensive experience, we understand how to deal with insurance adjusters and aggressively advocate for the compensation you deserve. 

Schedule a Free Consultation With the Trustworthy Sports and Recreation Injury Lawyers at Dominguez Law

If you have suffered a sports or recreation-related injury in New Mexico due to someone else’s negligence, the keys to receiving the compensation you deserve are seeking immediate medical attention, documenting your injuries, and contacting Dominguez Law. Our Spanish-speaking team is here to listen to your story, develop a personalized plan, and protect your rights.

We have provided exceptional legal services to New Mexico victims for years, making us well-equipped to take on your sports injury claim. While our dedicated team strives to settle your claim out of court, we are prepared to take your case to trial for fair compensation. To schedule a free consultation today, give us a call at (505) 850-5854 or fill out our contact form.