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Common Injuries from Working Out at a New Jersey Gym or Recreation Center


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5/7/2011
Daniel J. O'Brien
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While you may think going to the gym should be good for your health, there may be certain instances where you end up injured during your visit. If you have been injured while working out at a gym, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries through a New Jersey premises liability claim.

A New Jersey sports injury attorney can evaluate your case to determine if you have a valid claim and what types of damages you may be able to pursue.

Injuries can occur as a result of defective or faulty equipment, a poorly designed layout, wet areas, unsanitary conditions or a number of other dangerous circumstances. The type of injury sustained will depend on the cause of the injury.

Some of the more common injuries that can result from working out at a gym include:
 

  • broken bones;
  • muscle strain/sprain;
  • infection;
  • abrasions/lacerations/bruises;
  • head injury; and
  • skin burns.  


While any number of dangers can exist, the top 5 dangers of working out in a gym or recreation center may have caused you to be injured. Consulting with a New Jersey sports injury attorney should be your next step. An attorney can assist you with the entire process of filing your New Jersey premises liability claim.

Help After Being Injured While Working Out at a Gym

If you have been severely injured while working out at a gym, you shouldn't have to suffer and pay for expensive medical bills that were caused by another person's negligence. Contact a New Jersey sports injury attorney at White & Williams LLP today. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation on your case - 1-877-944-8396.



Category: Sports & Recreation Accidents


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