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Woman suffers second horse riding accident

15th March 2013

Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance was called to the scene to airlift the injured rider to Nottingham’s Queens Medical Centre, since the incident took place around 300 meters from the closest highway and the woman could not be accessed by road ambulance.

The lady, who fractured her back in her previous equestrian accident, was this time taken to hospital with suspected back and neck injuries.

No reports have been made into the cause of the fall, or whether the woman will be contacting a personal injury solicitor to make a horse riding accident claim.

If she is at fault for the incident, she will not be able to claim compensation for her pain, suffering, medical bills, or any lost earnings. However, her injuries may have been a result of another party’s negligence towards her safety, in which case she may be eligible for remuneration.

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