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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in High Peak

    Personal Injury Solicitors in High Peak

    Following an accident, you could be looking for an injury claim High Peak solicitor in your telephone directory or typing ‘injury claim High Peak’ into the search box on your PC from a hospital bed. There will be at least one solicitor for your injury claim in High Peak in the phone book, but before hiring one you need to check that they have the kind of experience you are looking for. Whatever the accident, as long as it wasn’t your fault you will probably have grounds to make a claim.

    Horse-riding in the High Peak area

    About three million people in the UK ride horses, and those who ride professionally understand how dangerous horse-riding can be. Most people who ride will tell you they have suffered an injury at some time during their horse-riding career. Injuries vary from bites, which can need hospital treatment, and which usually occur because the person feeding the horse was not holding his/her hand flat while feeding the animal, to spinal injuries sustained after falling from a horse.

    There are obviously a wide range of injuries which could occur while horse-riding and if you own your horse, then you understand the risks you take. If, however, you decided to go trekking in the High peak area and hired horses for the day, plus all their tackle, then some accidents could be the responsibility of the owner of the animal.

    Fall injury

    For example if the girth snaps or comes loose because it was not fastened properly by another person, an you fall and sustain an injury, then you were not responsible for the accident and can claim compensation for your injury from the riding school or owner of the animal.

    The horse you have been provided with should have a suitable temperament for a novice rider, if that is what you are. You cannot be expected to control a potentially volatile animal if you are inexperienced.

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    If you have been injured by a horse, or have had an accident while horse riding then you may well have a case to claim compensation for your injury.

    Accident injury claim in High Peak

    If you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault, then you probably have grounds to claim compensation for injuries and medical expenses as well as loss of earnings and the pain, suffering and distress caused by the injury, especially if it is severe. If you cannot find an injury claim in High Peak, then why not contact Accident Advice HelplineAccident Advice Helpline may not be listed under injury claim High Peak, but we will have solicitors in the area who are specialists in obtaining compensation for personal injuries for clients. We have solicitors all over the UK who can represent you.

    Date Published: 4th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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