Dressage is known for its elegance, precision and leisurely pace; however, even with the best training and foresight, injury accidents can happen, and you may need to make a dressage accident claim in order to receive financial compensation. As participants in the sport know, dressage can be risky and sometimes dangerous. It is not unusual to be injured working with horses, they are big, powerful and sometimes easily frightened animals. A successful claim against a third party can help you pay for the financial costs related to your dressage accident, and help you get your life back to normal. Check your ability to claim financial compensation today by calling Accident Advice Helpline free of charge.
How to contact us
Accident Advice Helpline has a free, 24-hour telephone service. Call us today on 0800 180 4123. One of our friendly call handlers will go through the details of your dressage accident and then pass your details onto one of our expert personal injury solicitors.
You can also use your mobile telephone: simply call us on 0333 500 0992. This is also a 24-hour service. If you would prefer to use our callback service, text claim 365 to 88010. One of trained specialists will get in contact and go through the details of your injuries and the circumstances.
About Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline has been helping thousands of people a year since it was established in 2000. We are dedicated to helping people who have suffered accidents or injuries that were caused by other people. We work on a no win no fee basis, giving you financial peace of mind. You can use our free telephone service, or get started by going online to use our free 30-second claim calculator. The calculator will state what amount you could potentially claim.
The benefits of claiming financial compensation
Suffering an accident can be more than just a nuisance. You may have been severely injured, perhaps with lasting, life-changing consequences. Working with horses can be risky, even life threatening, even if you have experience and thorough knowledge of your sport and a particular horse.
If your dressage accident was caused by someone else, such as the people in charge of maintaining the dressage site, reckless spectators or another rider, you could potentially claim financial compensation for your injuries. Compensation not only gives you a sense of closure, it can also help you pay for some of the financial costs related to the dressage accident.
Financial costs related to your injuries could include time off work, medical fees or the travel to and from your places of treatment. Getting a fair amount of compensation can mean avoiding a severely impacted lifestyle. Your partner, children or other dependants may rely on your ability to earn money, and financial compensation can make all the difference between continuing your life as you are used to or having to limit your expenses and other financial responsibilities.