We are a nation obsessed with sports. We love watching it, love attending games and we love playing it. But sometimes, while playing the games we love, injuries can arise. It’s all part of the game, right? Well, what if it isn’t? What if your injury is the cause of someone’s reckless behavior?
The Law Offices of Anthony Carbone have been handing sports injury cases throughout New Jersey for more than 35 years. We know the difference between someone just playing the game and when an injury is caused because competition has gone to someone’s head. If you were injured in a sports game and you believe your injury was more than just playing the game, contact us for a free consultation.
When a Sports Injury Is Caused by Defective Equipment
There are various causes for a sports injury. Just playing the game can put you at risk of an injury. But there are times when defective equipment can play a role in the injury.
Concussions and brain injuries caused by defective helmets have been dominating news stories for years now. Just one hard hit and your child can experience a brain injury that could damage their future.
When a Sports Injury Becomes Something More
Not everyone plays by the rules of the game. In the heat of competition, emotions are heightened and sometimes the rulebook goes out the window. When this happens, your injury may be more of a personal injury matter than a simple sports injury.
However, it can be hard to prove your injury was the result of someone else’s negligence. You will have to show that someone had intentionally acted in a harmful matter to cause your injury. Through the help of witness testimony and medical records, we can show that your injuries were not the cause of a simple tackle on the field but that someone definitely wanted to do you harm.
Helping Personal Injury Victims for 35+ Years
For more than 35 years, Jersey City law firm the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone has been helping personal injury victims get the compensation they deserve for the injuries caused by someone else’s negligence.