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Horse Riding Accidents

Horse may be unpredictable but some situations are accidents waiting to happen. With more awareness and planning, these accidents could be avoided, but if you are unlucky enough to be involved in a horse riding accident then you could be eligible to make a claim. It is not just horse riders who may make a claim, sometimes members of the general public are involved in incidents.

There are various situations where a claim could arise:

-         A driver on a road gets too close or drives too fast past a horse, frightening the animal and causing injury to the rider

-         Drivers can be hurt if a horse escapes from a poorly fenced in field and causes an accident

-         Badly organised activities or lessons

-         A rider being given an unsuitable horse to ride for their level of experience

You can claim compensation for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries and the effect this has had on your day to day life. You can also claim for financial looses such as loss of earnings, property damage, medical and travel expenses. 

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