What types of injuries can you claim from a horse riding accident?

  • Broken bones
  • Head injuries
  • Broken spine or back

These are the most common but anything could happen, you could be bitten, kicked, or rolled on by a horse. While some accidents could be just that, others are caused by negligent instructors who possibly used unsuitable horses or surface. It is only if a horse riding accident happened due to something that someone could have prevented that you are eligible to claim compensation. In some cases people fall of their horses because they were spooked by fast cars passing too close.

Injury might happen at training schools if the owners fail to employ safety measures or hire incompetent staff. It is the owners’ duty to ensure that all trainees: ride under super vision, have all necessary safety equipment in place and ride horses with appropriate temperament for their age and experience level.

Riders who were injured due to instructor’s negligence may make a successful injury claim through appropriate channels. If your accident was because of such a person, make a claim for compensation because they probably did not obey traffic code. Do not hesitate to seek retribution for an accident that wasn’t your fault to make sure that both you and the horse get necessary treatment and support to ease the pain.

How much compensation can you claim?

The compensation you can claim is determined by the extent of injury and need for special care. You can therefore make separate claims for general damages like physical pain and damage to property and special damages like travel expenses, physiotherapy fees, and loss of items among others.

How to tell the symptoms and how to get diagnosed?

If you fall and break a bone, it is easy to tell that you got injured due to riding a horse. However, you need to see a licensed medical expert to affirm your claim. This will ensure you have proper documents proving that you were injured and therefore eligible to make a claim.

Are you a No Win, No Fee claims solicitor?

Those who seek to work with our solicitors are in a better position as they do not lose their money if claims are not won. This is in line with the No Win, No Fee policy that applies for all horse riding accidents.

Where can I find out more information?

Call or email us for extra information concerning horse riding accident compensation because we have the tools and skills to win. Our advisors are ready to listen to your story and make a claim that could get you everything you need to return to normality.

How to make a compensation claim?

Our advisors are experts at horse riding accident claims and you can get in touch to get necessary assistance through the process. If you are not in a position to make a call, just fill out the form online and wait for our call back.

How long until I can claim?

Hurry and make your claim as soon as possible because horse riding compensation seekers only have three years. Minors are the exception in this rule as they have three years after they reach eighteen to make their claims for compensation. If the injured person is not in a position to, family members can call our solicitors on their behalf.

Do not hesitate to call our expert solicitors. Nobody has to suffer due to negligence of another. Make the first step in the quest for the compensation you need to deal with the pain and loss.

Contact Tylers Solicitors today!

If you have fell from a horse and have been injured in the process then you may be eligible to claim compensation. Call Tylers Solicitors today (freephone) on 0800 699 0079.

Need more information? Don’t worry, our expert claims solicitors will advise you along the way

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We accept Nationwide horse-riding accident compensation claims

No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your horse-riding accident compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.