Types of Horse Riding Accidents
Due to the active nature of horse riding and the fact that it involves large, unpredictable animals, the sport does carry a significant element of risk. Furthermore, injuries can be sustained not only by horse riders themselves but also those involved in the care of horses and even by spectators at equestrian events.
Horse riding injuries can range from small sprains and bruises to very serious injuries such as:
- Broken bones
- Spinal injuries
- Head injuries
- Brain injuries
These can result in a person being incapacitated and can lead to them taking significant periods of time of work. Moreover, injuries of this nature can drastically diminish a person’s quality of life. To assess the basis of your claim please complete an online application form.
The Personal Injury team at Farleys Solicitors are highly experienced in dealing with serious injury claims resulting from horse riding accidents and wherever possible, we will pursue your claim on a ‘no win no fee’ basis.