Even though one may think that there is no risk in riding a horse in Herefordshire, accidents do happen. Accidents can occur in riding schools or organised events such as pony trekking and horse racing competitions. Organisers of such events are responsible to decrease the risks, which means they should organise them with proper safety measures.
Accident Advice Helpline can support you in your horse riding injury claim
Most horse riders in Herefordshire and elsewhere accept that when they are involved in an accident it is due to their fault, but there can be incidents where this isn’t the case. For example, maybe the horse riding school didn’t put any proper control measures in place in order to prevent the accident, or due to their overall negligence the accident happened.
In such cases, the person who had the accident can make an accident claim in Kinnersley against the owner of the riding school or from the organiser of the race, or both, with the help of Accident Advice Helpline. We are firm who have been established for over a decade, with a lot of success for our clients. You can contact our experts at any time — we work on a 24/7 basis through our helpline number: 0800 689 0500, and for mobile callers on 0333 500 0993.
Simple tests to get your money through an accident claim in Kinnersley
Accident Advice Helpline will ask you to keep a lot of information regarding your injury, as this will help us to test whether your injury has happened due to other person’s negligence. If you then go onto qualify, we will help you to get an accident claim in Kinnersley started to claim compensation from the concerned person, hopefully without going to court.
We will look at the circumstances surrounding your case and conduct an initial assessment. Our experts have lots of knowledge on horse riding accidents and will handle your case with utmost care. We’ll help you make an accident claim in Kinnersley without undergoing more stress than you surely have already felt throughout the duration of your injury.
There are different types of horse riding accidents. These include:
- Accidents that happen in a riding school;
- Accidents occurring on the road; and
- Accidents that happen in a horse race event.
Keep records of medical treatment
A horse riding injury is more devastating if it has resulted in a permanent disability to the rider. They require special care and treatment for which they will typically have to pay a large amount. The horse rider who suffered from the accident can make a personal injury claim for compensation if they can produce valid medical treatment documents.
If you have been affected by a horse riding injury and want to claim for the accident, then you have to claim within three years of the date of the incident in question.
Date Published: 16th September 2013
Author: David Brown