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Shea Law Group | School Sport Injuries

Published on September 12th, 2011

It is that time of year again; the kids are going back to school and will be trying out for their favorite sports.  Sports are a great way for your child to get exercise and socialize with students at their school.  Although making the high school volleyball team or landing the spot as the first string quarter back is exciting, playing sports comes with caution.

Injuries are caused every year from children playing high school sports all of the United States. Students can incur injuries from a sprained ankle to a broke back.  There a several safety precautions that an athlete should take when playing sports.

  1. Warm up and Stretch before you begin your activity
  2. Wear the appropriate pads and equipment for the sport that you are participating in
  3. Know the rules of the game
  4. When you are injured or feel injured do not participate in activity
  5. Cool down and stretch after you are finished

Make the varsity volleyball team or first string quarterback is a huge accomplishment for any athlete, but every athlete must make sure and take the necessary precautions to stay safe and clear from any injuries.

If you child has suffered from personal injuries due to a sporting activity with school, then you need a personal injury attorney with the experience to get you the compensation you deserve. The attorneys at Shea Law Group understand the impact that a serious injury can have on all aspects of a person’s life, such as the ability to earn a living, cover medical expenses and care for family. We understand the financial, emotional and physical toll that an injury takes on the victim and loved ones.

Call Shea Law Group at (773) 365-0040 to discuss your case with a personal injury lawyer today.


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