If you have been injured as a result of an equestrian accident, whether you were riding the horse yourself or not, you may be able to claim personal injury compensation. Many people are injured in horse riding accidents every year, and this type of accident often results in serious injury. We deal with many equestrian accident claims and can help you to claim compensation for your pain and suffering if you have suffered such an injury.
Different types of equestrian accident claims
Accidents involving horses can happen in a number of ways, including:
- Falling off your horse due to the actions of a reckless driver;
- Being injured whilst grooming an employer’s horse at your workplace; or
- Injuries sustained from an out-of-control horse on the public road.
Whatever the circumstances of your accident, we can offer you free expert advice as to whether or not you are eligible to make a claim, then provide you with an estimate of the compensation that you might receive as a result of a successful personal injury claim.
Making equestrian accident claims
An important part of our service is that have the best personal injury solicitors, with experience in all types of compensation claims. Our customers say that finding suitable legal representation is one of the most worrying aspects of making a claim. By letting us help you to process your claim, you can enjoy the benefit of our in-house solicitors, who will work tirelessly to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your situation.
In making a claim for compensation, our customers are also able to take advantage of our no-win, no-fee basis of operation. This simply means that it costs you nothing to start equestrian accident claims, and that you will not have to pay our legal fees if your claim is lost.Open Claim Calculator
Criteria for claiming
Generally speaking, there are three main criteria for making most types of accident claims:
- The accident in question must have happened within the last three years;
- It must not have been your fault, but that of another person or company; and
- You must have received medical attention for your injuries.
If you are still unsure whether or not you are eligible to make a compensation claim, or you just want to find out some more detailed information about doing so, you can either take a look at our website or give our knowledgeable advisors a ring.
Equestrian accident claims can be very complex, particularly if you have suffered multiple injuries, but our experienced solicitors can remove some of your worries and put your mind at rest about whether your claim will be successful. Our staff are also available to deal with any concerns you may have during the claims process, and they will keep you regularly updated on progress throughout.
So, to see if you can make a claim, give us a call today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.