Horse Riding Injury Claims
Have you been injured in an accident involving a horse? If yes, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis.
Horse riding is a very popular pastime but it can have its dangers, both when riding a horse or working with them. Horse related accidents can be very serious and at Applebys we have dedicated staff committed to working hard to pursue your case where those liable for ensuring your safety have been negligent or where you have been involved in a road traffic accident.
At Applebys our expert staff are sympathetic to victims of horse related accidents knowing that not only may they have been injured themselves but may have also suffered the loss or injury to a much loved horse.
Claims for compensation can be made for:-
Road Traffic Accidents
- Where a horse has caused an injury to you whilst on the road whether you were
a pedestrian or in a vehicle.
- Where you have been riding or leading a horse on the road and the actions of
Accidents at Work
others have led to an accident to yourself or your horse. Compensation may
include the costs of medical and vets bills as well as any loss of earnings.
- If you work with horses, at a stable, yard, auctioneers, riding school, stud or
elsewhere your employer has a duty to ensure your safety. Where this does not
happen and you suffer an injury as a result then you may be able to make a claim.
In general you need to have made your claim within three years of the accident taking place. This is complex area of the law and it is important that you seek expert advice. Do not delay, call now and speak to one of our specialist solicitors for free initial advice.
If you have been the victim of an injury from a horse either on the road or at work then we can help you claim the compensation you deserve. Applebys will make a no-win, no-fee, compensation claim for any injuries you suffered due to your injury.
Each horse related claim is different, and the compensation will vary depending on the severity of the injuries. We evaluate each case to determine the extent of the injuries, any long-lasting effects or impairment, lost time from work and any other related expenses resulting from the accident. In general, more serious or permanent injuries will result in a higher settlement. Compensation may also include loss of earning, medical or vets fees.
Start Your Claim Now
Wherever you are in the UK, you can get your claim underway immediately by getting in touch with Applebys Solicitors now. Contact us for a free consultation about your horse related claim:
Tel: 0800 169 1325
Use the form on the right