Accident solicitor in Upper Sapey
The small village of Upper Sapey in Herefordshire is renowned as a popular cross-country venue. If you have been unlucky enough to sustain an injury in a horse riding accident, you may be able to file a claim for personal injury compensation. However, you will only be able to do so if you can demonstrate that your accident was a result of negligence on the part of the horse’s owner, stable’s owner or cross-country competition’s organisers.
How much compensation could I claim?
Following a horse riding accident in Upper Sapey, you will be able to claim compensation for both the financial and non-financial losses you have suffered as a result of your injury.
Your financial losses may include any earnings you have lost as a result of having to take time off work, as well as any miscellaneous expenses you have incurred, such as medical expenses and transportation costs. You may also be able to make a claim for a reduction in your ability to earn a living in the future.
Your non-financial losses will include a payment to compensate you for your injury, and the pain and inconvenience associated with it. If your injury prevents you from partaking in everyday activities, you may also be able to make a claim for your loss of amenity.
How do I make an accident claim?
Personal injury claims for horse riding accidents can be complicated, and in most cases you will need to enlist the help of an accident solicitor in Upper Sapey. The laws relating to horse riding accidents are the same as those for other types of personal injury claims. However, a specialist accident solicitor in Upper Sapey will possess a sound understanding of the way in which these laws apply to horse riding accidents.
How do I get in touch with an accident solicitor in Upper Sapey?
If you are considering making a horse riding accident claim, or would like some advice on your legal rights, please give us a call or try out our 30-second test. Our trained advisors will be able to assess your claim and determine whether you will be entitled to claim compensation. Remember — by making a horse riding accident claim, you may prevent fellow horse riding enthusiasts from suffering from similar accidents in the near future.
If you’d rather discuss your accident over the phone then call our expert advisers now on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 16th November 2013
Author: David Brown