Horse Riding Accident Compensation Claims
Horse Riding Accident Compensation Calculator - How much injury Compensation could you receive?
If you have sustained an injury in a horse riding accident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be entitled to pursue a claim for financial damages. Our Horse Riding Accident Compensation Calculator is a useful tool in offering an insight into the potential value of your Horse Riding Accident Claim.
When suffering a horse-related injury, ensuring the physical and mental well-being of the injured person is always the immediate priority, but whether the injuries are relatively minor or life-changing, once arrangements have been made regarding the appropriate medical care you can begin to start thinking about seeking financial compensation for your injuries.
Our specialist horse riding accident solicitors have assisted many people in making horse riding accident claims and have experience in handling a varied range of different case types such as horse riding accidents on public roads, injuries to those working with horses and injuries to those attending horse riding events, either as a spectator or a competitor.
Although there is an inherent risk associated with riding or working with any animals, you are entitled to expect an appropriate level of consideration from other roads users and have the right to demand to be kept safe by those responsible for your wellbeing, whether that person is a passing driver, a riding instructor, or a stable owner.
Our Horse Riding Accident Compensation Calculator is intended to give you an idea of the general damages aspect of your Horse Riding Injury Claim and may be a valuable tool in helping you understand the compensation bracket that your particular injury may be classified at.
Horse Riding Accident Claims & Injury Compensation Values
These figures are an indication of the recommended settlement amounts of the horse riding injury alone without taking into consideration any other losses or damages caused by the incident which may increase the value of a claim.
These values are published annually in the Judicial College Guidelines (JCG), as a guide as to the level of General damages that will likely be allocated to your final full claim.
The true value of any compensation claim can only be made when full details of your horse riding accident are known.
Neck Injury (soft tissue) Compensation element in a Horse riding Accident claim
Serious ongoing neck problems with ongoing neck pain, or recurring neck pain, and surgery may be needed:
£12,000 - £22,000
Recovery taking in excess of two years, but with only moderate symptoms:
£7,000 - £12,000
Total recovery within 2 years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Soft tissue neck injury with no lasting effects beyond the first year following the Horse Riding Accident:
Up to £3,800
Back Injury (soft tissue) Compensation element in a Horse riding Accident claim
Serious ongoing back problems with ongoing back pain, or recurring back pain. With the possibility of surgery being needed due to prolapsed discs:/
£11,000 - £24,500
Back Injury where recovery takes more than two years, but the ongoing effects are only moderate:
£6,900 - £11,000
Back Injury with complete recovery between one and two years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Soft tissue back injury with full recovery up to a year following the horse riding accident:
Up to £3,800
Soft tissue back injury with a full recovery within 3 months:
Up to £2,150
Compensation Awards for Chest Injuries in a Horse riding Accident claim
Collapsed lungs with a complete recovery:
£2,000 - £4,700
Rib fractures causing pain for a limited number of weeks only:
Up to £3,500
Compensation Awards for Arm Injuries in a Horse riding Accident claim
More serious arm injury with significant disability and no prospect of full recovery:
£17,000 - £34,000
Simple fracture to the forearm:
£5,800 - £17,000
Compensation for Leg Injuries in a Horse riding Accident claim
More serious leg fracture or serious soft tissue leg injury, without full recovery:
£16,000 - £24,500
Simple fracture or break of the thigh bones:
£8,000 - £12,500
Hairline fracture or non-complex break of the shin bones with complete recovery:
Up to £10,500
Compensation for Brain Injury sustained in a serious Horse Riding Accident
Severe brain damage:
£245,000 - £350,000
Moderately severe brain damage:
£190,000 - £245,000
Moderate brain damage:
£37,000 - £190,000
Mild head injury (minimal brain damage):
£1,900 - £11,000
£9,000 - £130,000
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