Injuries are a part of athletic competition and recreational activities. A certain degree of "risk" is inherent in most of these activities. However, avoidable, unnecessary risks can be injected into sporting events and training activities through negligent planning, poorly maintained facilities, careless supervision and dangerous equipment. When avoidable, unnecessary injuries result from these actions or conditions, legal action may be appropriate. You will want a team of professionals who have experience in this type of case to ensure that you get treated family and to ensure that your case gets taken seriously. Very often, these cases require the accident victim's attorney to consult with experts in the field of sports and recreation safety.
Dan O'Brien has put together a short, interesting DVD with Richard Borkowski, the nation's foremost expert in the field of sports and recreation safety. Dan and Dick discuss some of the common safety lapses that lead to avoidable injuries, and they discuss some of the fascinating and sometimes tragic cases they've each been involved with over the years -- sometimes on the opposite sides of the case from one another!
Click on the arrow in the above video to see a segment where Dick discusses the issue of passive supervision.
Dick Borkowski is the voice of sports and recreation safety in the United States. He's also a really nice man and an interesting fellow. If you or a loved one have been injured in a sports or recreation accident, you owe it to yourself to watch this DVD before you hire a lawyer or sign any forms. I promise you you'll learn something that will help your case if you do this.
The DVD is being offered free of charge. Just fill out the form and we'll send you the DVD and accompanying written materials at no cost.