Horse riding injury claims
When riding or working with horses, accidents caused by someone else’s negligence can happen. Horse riding injuries can be very serious and even life threatening from broken bones to spinal injuries and brain damage. If you have been injured, speak with us about a claim for compensation.
Examples of horse riding injuries
- Riders involved in an accident with a vehicle; cars passing too closely leading to the horse being spooked
- Injuries suffered during horse riding lessons
- Injuries from working on a farm or in stables
- Being kicked, bitten or trampled by a horse
- Sport spectator injuries
- Defective riding equipment (saddles, bridles, reins, riding helmet)
- Being given a horse to ride that has a bad temperament
- Low flying aircraft’s; planes flying too low leading to the horse being spooked
Are you eligible?
Even if you are careful and take precautions, accidents and injuries can occur that are not your fault. If you’ve sustained injuries through someone else’s negligence whilst horse riding, you may be entitled to compensation.
Why contact Irvings?
- Irvings Partner Ian Kyle is a horse riding enthusiast with two children involved in the sport. As an experienced equestrian, he understands the community of horse riders and the injuries riders can get because of someone else’s negligence.
- We offer a FREE initial meeting.
- We’ll come and visit you for a chat if you can’t make it to our office.
- No financial risk for you with our no-win-no-fee promise.
- Insurance protection against all legal costs or disbursements.
- We have fully qualified solicitors who specialise solely in horse riding injury claims.
- You’ll pay absolutely nothing if we lose.
- You will keep a minimum of 75% of any compensation if you win.