Our expert horse riding injury lawyers will provide you with free initial advice on your compensation claim and with our No Win No Fee agreements there's no financial risk to you if you're unsuccessful*.
Claiming Compensation For Horse Riding Injuries
The high speed and unpredictable nature of horses mean that horse riding is not without risk. Accidents will happen when riding or working with horses, but sometimes these accidents are caused by somebody’s negligence, and in these cases we could help you to claim compensation.
If you have suffered an injury while riding or working with horses and you do not feel it was your fault, our expert personal injury team could help you to make a horse riding injury claim.
Our Expertise In Horse Riding Accident Claims
An accident while horse riding can lead to serious injury. We understand that this can be a very traumatic time for you and we will handle your horse riding injury claim sensitively and professionally at all times.
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Any compensation awarded will take into account your pain and suffering, any lost earnings, and any expenses you have incurred as a result. Your claim can also cover bills for your medical treatment. If your injuries are particularly serious, we can help you with rehabilitation and access to other support services, thanks to the expertise of our serious injury team.
Our personal injury specialists have helped clients to claim compensation after a range of accidents while riding or working with horses, including:
Road Traffic Accidents
Road users have a duty to take care when they are passing or approaching horses being ridden or led along public roads. If you and your horse have been injured in a road accident caused by a lack of care from other road users, we could help you to claim compensation
Accidents At Work
If you work with horses, either on a paid or voluntary basis, your employer has a duty to keep you safe. Employees at riding schools, stud farms, racing stables, competition centres, livery yards and trekking centres could all claim compensation if they have been injured at work due to a failure in this duty
Accidents At Competitions
Competition organisers and the owners of venues have a duty to protect competitors, spectators and other people attending riding competitions. If you were injured at a competition, you should speak to our experts about making a claim
What Irwin Mitchell Does To Help With Your Claim
We have the expertise needed to help you with your claim. The law surrounding accidents involving horses can be complex but we have considerable experience in dealing with this kind of claim means we can explain what is happening in clear terms and ensure that we do everything we can to get the best outcome for you.
We will support you throughout the process and work tirelessly on your behalf. As well as helping you claim financial compensation, we also campaign for improvements in health and safety so that others don’t have to suffer in the same way that you have.
Contact Us To Talk About A Horse Riding Injury Claim
If you or a loved one have been injured in a riding accident, talk to our experts about making a claim.
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The above information relates to the law in England and Wales.
* Subject to entering into a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement in conjunction with our Allianz Litigate insurance policy and complying with your responsibilities under its terms.
All Scottish cases will be handled by the Scottish law firm with which we are associated, Irwin Mitchell Scotland LLP. The law relating to funding is different in Scotland and you will receive separate advice about what that means as well as a separate funding agreement.