For many adults and children alike, horse riding is their hobby of choice. Horse riding is an unusual hobby in that you’re either completely driven and obsessed by it or you might feel a little ambivalent towards it as a pastime.
What is for certain though is that most horse enthusiasts find their passion at a young age and are fans for life.
Horses can be unpredictable though and if you’ve had an accident on a horse, you may be entitled to seek compensation through Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors.
Learning to ride a horse is something of an art form and the majority of people take a long time to fully master the skill.
As they are doing so, they might take lessons from a stables or professional rider. Their lessons will involve control of the animal, the right positioning and the various commands as they learn more control and potentially the ways to jump and showcase their abilities.
Every student and teacher is different and when finding a stables, it is important to ensure that the teacher and their style suits the student.
One of the most important elements to finding the right teacher and stables, is to find someone who has the experience and expertise to read the horses’ moods and to be able to predict their behaviour. A teacher who is able to do this and to intervene on a particularly stressful situation for the horse could help to prevent an accident. However, should they fail to do so then compensation for injuries could be available through Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors.
This compensation exists because of the relationship between teacher and student. When you undergo horse riding lessons, you are placing your trust and your safety into that teacher, relying on their experience to ensure that you not only receive the best possible training but are safe whilst doing so. The teacher is said to have a “duty of care” for you and should they fail in that duty either by being careless (failing to supervise) or negligent (failing to make safe decisions on your behalf) then any accident which befalls you could be seen to be as the result of their actions. Therefore, you have the right to make a claim for compensation from Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ practitioners.
Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors offer a 30 second test which could quickly establish whether the accident from which you received your injuries can be attributed to the actions of another person. When working with animals, there has to be an element of risk taken. You will never know if the animal will behave as it is supposed to but by putting your safety in the hands of a professional, you rely on their knowledge.
Seeking Compensation through Haringey ‘no win, no fee’ Solicitors
If you have suffered because of poor animal management, Accident Advice Helpline can seek out the compensation you deserve. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.