Find a specialist horse riding injury claim lawyer in Stow-on-the Wold at Accident Advice Helpline
You can find an injury claim lawyer in Stow-on-the Wold if you need help with launching a personal injury claim here at Accident Advice Helpline. We cover all types of injuries that have been brought about in all sorts of circumstances – in the home, in the office, on holiday and even things like sports injuries and horse riding. Whatever the type of injury, as long as the blame for the incident is attributable to a third party, we can guide you through the process of raising a no win no fee claim.
Horse-riding is a popular leisure activity
Horse riding is incredibly popular. It’s not just confined to those people who are better off financially – people from all sorts of backgrounds go horse riding. Just take a look at these facts provided courtesy of the British Horse Society.
- 3.5 million people have ridden a horse in the past 12 months
- Most riders (over 73%) are female
- 8% of riders are disabled (statistic is taken from 2010)
- 25% of all riders are under 16 years of age
- 20% of riders are over 45 years of age
- The horse population in Great Britain is 988,000
- The upkeep cost per horse is £3,105 per annum
In a recent survey of people who go horse riding only once a week or less, 46% said they would ride more if safer off-road riding facilities were made available.
Injured on horseback? Let a personal injury lawyer in Stow-on-the Wold help you to make a claim
Unfortunately, if you have an accident when horse-riding, it often results in severe injury. It’s partly to do with the fact that you’re so far off the ground, and partly to do with the speed. Wearing a riding safety helmet is crucial, but unseated riders are still subject to neck injuries, spinal injuries and broken or fractured bones. If the injury is the fault of someone other than the rider, then the injury victim is morally and legally entitled to launch a claim for compensation, and a specialist horse riding accident injury claim lawyer in Stow-on-the Wold at Accident Advice Helpline will be able to help.
Estimating the amount of compensation you could be awarded
In order to establish how much your potential claim could be worth, the simplest thing to do is to visit our website and make use of the compensation calculator that you’ll find on our homepage. Just input six pieces of basic information as directed and you’ll be given an estimate. The whole process takes only 30 seconds.
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For more information
To find out more, visit our website, text “claim 365” to 88010 or call our free helpline from any landline on 0800 689 0500, or if using a mobile on 0333 500 0993.