Equestrian Law is a long standing specialism at Shaw and Co Solicitors UK. Personal injury claims in relation to horse riding accident compensation, horse riding injuries and subsequent claims for accident compensation, are a specific are of personal injury, in which Shaw and Co Solicitors UK excel.
Our breadth of knowledge regarding UK Equine Law and personal accident claims relating to equestrian accidents, is unique.
Our Equine Law experts have a wealth of experience and expertise in equine litigation and equestrian contracts and equestrian legal agreements. If you have suffered a personal injury, as a result of an equestrian accident, contact Shaw and Co Solicitors UK for a free no obligation consultation.
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A horsewoman badly hurt when her mount was startled by an uncontrolled dog. Shaw and Co Solicitors UK recovered £30,000 in personal injury compensation for her horse riding accident.
The rider was exercising a friend’s horse along a country lane when the dog rushed at her from a nearby cottage.
A woman who broke her back being thrown from a horse drawn carriage secured a £22,500 Horse Riding Accident Compensation award thanks to Shaw and Co Solicitors UK.READ MORE
Those involved with horses and horse riding will know from personal experience, word of mouth or from equine magazines that serious horse riding accidents sadly can, and do on occasion, happen.
Who is responsible?
The UK Animal Law relating to liability for accidents caused by animals is complex.
Shaw and Co Solicitors UK specialist Equestrian Solicitor, Mary Ann Charles, secured a considerable amount of personal injury compensation for their client, who had suffered a serious injury whilst training a horse.READ MORE
Visitors to a unique equestrian centre in Newcastle upon Tyne, will be riding safer - and warmer - in the saddle this winter.
Staff at Byker’s famous Stepney Bank Stables have taken delivery of new clothing designed to make riders more visible in dark mornings and evenings and to keep out the cold.