The New Year Means More Gym Accidents

January 15, 2018 | Accident Tips

The New Year Means More Gym Accidents | Fast HelpThe New Year tends to kick off with families and individuals making resolutions to improve their health through diet and exercise.

January serves as the most popular month for new exercise club memberships and with this comes an increase in gym accidents.

Gym Accidents and Injuries

Each gym is legally responsible for providing an environment to members that is safe, clean, and well-maintained. Most gyms provide a series of weight and cardio machines that, if not maintained properly, have the potential to cause serious injuries.

Gym owners and operators are responsible for installing processes that help prevent accident injuries from occurring like routinely reviewing the integrity of their equipment. Most gym accidents are caused by:

  • Defective equipment
  • Limited focus on maintaining equipment
  • Poor training instructions
  • Falls
  • Improper use of equipment

What To Do After An Accident In The Gym?

If you are injured while working out at the gym, you should contact an experienced Atlanta personal injury attorney immediately. Fast Help’s network of affiliate attorneys specialize in personal injury law and can help you understand what your legal rights are, as well as represent your case if you need to seek compensation.

Depending on the extent of your injuries, you may not be able to return to work for several months to a few years. You will need to collect an income during this time and contacting an attorney at Fast Help allows you to receive the compensation you need to cover all of your long-term expenses.

Fast Help offers free consultations, and if you have a legitimate case, we will also represent you without requiring any upfront payment. In fact, you are not required to pay anything unless we win your case.

It’s great getting back into shape, and the benefits of regular exercise are vast. However, gym accidents can occur at any time and if you are injured while working out, dial (404) 592-0318 to speak with one of our attorneys.

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