Golf Course Injury Lawyer

You may not think it ever happens, but it does; people get injured on golf courses across the United States more often than you think.  In fact, according to sports injury statistics, the rate of injury for “recreation sports”, including golf, is 1.5 per 1,000 persons.  The report goes further to make the claim that golf is even more dangerous than hockey and rugby!

If you have been injured on a golf course in Arizona, you need an experienced golf course injury lawyer to represent you.

Common Causes of Golf Course Injuries

Most of the time, a person will play a round of golf and go home feeling better than when he first stepped on the course.  Unfortunately, there are those times when an unsuspecting golfer gets injured.  What are the common causes of these injuries? Typically, these include

  • An intoxicated player
  • A poorly maintained golf course
  • Cart design path that proves hazardous
  • Absence of hazardous signs
  • Golf cart accidents
  • Getting hit by a golf ball

Resulting injuries caused by any of the above can include head, neck, and back injuries as well as sprains, whiplash, and soft tissue injuries.

Who is Liable?

When it comes to a golf course injury, there may be more than one responsible party involved.  These can include the golf course, its designers, a homeowner’s association, the landscaping crew, and so on.  An experienced golf course injury lawyer will help you to determine the liable parties.

Contact an Experienced Golf Injury Lawyer Today

If you or someone you love has been injured on a golf course in Arizona, you need to take immediate action by hiring an attorney with experience in this field.  As a result of your injuries, you may be entitled to benefits and other compensation.  Have you missed work due to your injury? Gaining back this valuable money lost is part of the attorney’s job. David Klink is knowledgeable and experienced when it comes to golf course injuries.  Contact David Klink today and get answer all of your questions.  Call us today at 602-899-2389.

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