If you’ve been injured in a horse riding accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Call one of our personal injury solicitors for a free assessment of your claim. Our accident solicitors work on a ‘no win no fee’ basis.
Horses can bolt and cause an injury because they’ve been frightened on the road by a vehicle that travels too fast or too closely to them; a riding school may be responsible for a horse accident through negligence or employees can sustain an injury from a difficult or unpredictable horse.
Horse riding accident claims can be difficult and complicated cases to pursue due to the simple fact that any person who decides to mount a horse should recognise and accept the risks involved.
Yet, Daniel Slade at Express Solicitors bit at the opportunity to represent Sarah Price when she fell off her horse during a beginner’s riding lesson at her local stables and helped her achieve £5,000 for the injuries she sustained.
Sarah explains: “I was having my fifth horse riding lesson at my local stables, but things were chaotic there. There were building works going on at the riding centre and my lesson had been moved from my usual enclosed training area to an open field where there were other horses loose.
We have handled many horse injury claims and our specialist solicitors will work closely with equine experts to identify and apportion blame for your injury.
Not only can we seek compensation for your horse injury and loss of earnings, but also for damage to your clothes and accessories.
We have a proven track record in handling horse injury claims so if you or somebody you know has had a horse accident caused by a motorist or a negligent third party, please call our personal injury solicitors now for free legal advice.