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You can sue your trainer for a personal injury. Accidents and injuries that arise from the negligence of someone who has a duty of care to you, qualify for a lawsuit. But not all injuries are caused by negligence.
As long as all the elements of a personal injury claim can be proven, damage caused by your trainer's negligence can be treated like any other personal injury matter. So, let's review the elements of negligence and see how they apply to personal training.
Negligence in a Nutshell
Talk to a Lawyer
Although your recent experience with your trainer may have made you wary of putting yourself in the hands of another, do not be deterred. Just like you sought a professional for your personal training, you should do the same for your legal case. Speak to a lawyer about your injury.
Many personal injury lawyers consult with clients for free or a minimal fee and many also work on contingency. Bring any relevant medical records you have to a consultation, your gym contract or the agreement with your trainer, and any other paperwork that seems appropriate. Then let your lawyer do the heavy lifting.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.