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Horse-riding is a popular pastime and many people invest their time and money in horse-riding. But horses are actually very heavy creatures and thus even the young horses have a lot of power. Injuries caused during horse-riding are very common and can be very severe.
One of the most common ways to injure yourself while on horse is by falling off. The fall can be very serious at times potentially causing severe and even fatal injuries. Other ways can be by the horse bucking or throwing you off, perhaps as the horse is not under control. Horse injury can also happen when someone is feeding, grooming or handling the horse.
Some of the very common injuries that you are susceptible to suffer if you have been injured by a horse are:
If you have fallen prey to any of these horse accident injuries, or if you have been kicked, trodden on or hurt by a horse with you being at no fault, then you can pursue a no win no fee claim for horse accident injury compensation. Also, if you believe that you were not given the right kind of training and equipments to handle the horse, then too you have a legal right to get compensated by the horse accident injury claim against a negligent party for example the riding school.
If there is an injury that is suffered by the rider which is not the fault of the rider and is the negligence of someone else, the person has the right to make an injury compensation claim in respect of their sustained animal related accidents. Though most of the accidents that take place during horse riding are only accidental and are not the fault of anyone else, there are some cases where the accident that is caused is a result of someone else’s fault. It might be because of the defective equipment that have been provided to the horse riders such as the saddle, bridle, riding hat or reins. The rider also might get injured as a result of the riding that is done on an unsuitable surface. The fall from the horse can result in having injuries that can range from having bruises to spinal injuries, broken bones and also in severe cases it can result in brain damage.
So, in case you are kicked by a horse or trodden by it with no fault of yours, in such cases you can take legal action against the owner of horse in case you have been not provided with adequate training and as a part of horse riding safety measures while riding the horse.