Horse riding accident in Minehead
Because of the location and surroundings of Minehead, one of the more popular outdoor activities is horse riding. Sadly, not long ago, a woman was tragically killed in a fatal accident in her home in Minehead when she was riding her horse in her garden. She sadly slipped off the horse and down a steep verge where she fell to her death. It’s an unfortunate fact that a lot of people are injured and even die each year due to being involved in accidents with horses. While the inquest into this particular death confirmed that the death was accidental, but no one else was involved, there are incidents where people can become injured because they haven’t been trained, looked after or supported correctly. In cases like this, as long as the accident which injured you occurred within the past three years and you required medical attention and it wasn’t your responsibility, you could be entitled to claim compensation through Accident Advice Helpline and expert solicitors in Minehead.
It’s a devastating reality that while our pets and animals can at times be our best friends and we dote on them completely, accidents can occur which can injure both them and us. Horses are renowned for causing more serious accidents. This is due to the fact that they can go at quite a high speed and if you’re training them to race or compete, there may be dangerous jumps involved. If you have been involved in an accident and you need to claim for compensation, expert solicitors in Minehead will be able to help you with this process. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline.
It couldn’t be easier to get in touch with expert solicitors in Minehead
With our various options for contacting us, it couldn’t be easier to get in touch. From a mobile you can call 0333 500 0993 or text CLAIM365 to ‘88010’ and an adviser will call you back. From a landline you can phone us on 0800 180 4123. If, before calling, you would like to find out how much you may be entitled to claim, you can check out our website where you can carry out the 30 second eligibility test which will give you an estimated amount of how much you may be entitled to.
When you get in touch, the only information we will require from is evidence that you were seen to by a doctor, that the accident happened within the past three years and it wasn’t your fault. If there is any further evidence you can provide on top of these three points, solicitors in Minehead will be able to use this to help you receive a big pay out of compensation.