If you have suffered an injury in a free-jumping accident, call the personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline. We can give you the best free-jumping accident advice and information on how to make a personal injury claim.
Free-jumping, also known as loose jumping, is the jumping of horses without riders. Often these are horses that are too young to have a saddle. It is primarily used as a training and assessment tool but there are also free-jumping competitions.
Injuries might be caused by one of the horses or from the equipment. These injuries may include sprains, cuts, broken bones and even a serious brain or spinal injury.
What to do
If you have suffered an injury in a free-jumping accident you should consult your doctor immediately. Hopefully you will recover quickly. If you should need to make a personal injury claim medical documentation of your injuries is important evidence.
Record as many details as you can remember about your accident and make sure you get the names and contact details of any witnesses. Free-jumping is the type of event that someone may have been filming for the purposes of assessing their horse. If so there may be footage of your free-jumping accident and the cause of it.
Keep records of all expenses and financial losses you experience as a result of your accident. These may include treatment, transport to appointments, loss of earnings and costly adjustments needed for you home. If you are not sure if an expense is relevant, keep a receipt and ask your solicitor if it should form part of you compensation package.
Call Accident Advice Helpline
We have been working since 2000 to help people like you claim the compensation they deserve. We are a legal firm with a large team of expert solicitors who specialise in all injury types. All of our lawyers work exclusively on a no win, no fee basis, so there are no further upfront costs to cause you worry. We regard this as particularly important as you may already be suffering financial hardship as a result of your injuries.
Our free helpline is available 24 hours today. To start the process you will have an informal talk with one of our trained advisors. You will be under no obligation during this call. Advisors will confirm if you are eligible for compensation and may even be able to tell you how much you are likely to be able to claim. If you do proceed with a personal injury claim your details will be passed to one of our solicitors who will be committed to completing your claim as quickly as possible.
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Alternatively try our 30-second compensation calculator to find out almost immediately how much compensation you may be entitled to you.
No one should suffer financially for an accident that was not their fault. Make the call and get the best free-jumping accident advice today.