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Horseback Riding Injuries

There are many outdoor activities people of all ages choose to participate in across the country. One of these activities is horseback riding. Like any sport or physical activity, there are risks and dangers with horseback riding or equestrian lessons. No matter your skill level, every rider is at risk of an injury, especially if riding instructors or other parties act negligently.

Riding instructors are required to provide proper training and safe equipment to riders, and if they do not, you may be at risk of a serious injury. If you or someone you know has suffered an injury in a horseback riding accident, contact the Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyers of the Law Offices of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424 today.

Horseback Riding Safety Tips

Thousands of Americans suffer injuries every year from horseback riding. And even though the majority of injuries are minor such as sprains or strains, riders can potentially suffer life-altering head or neck injuries. When horseback riding, be sure to follow these guidelines:

  • Wear proper safety gear at all times including a helmet, and riding boots
  • Check all equipment before riding and never use any damaged saddles or other items
  • Do not ride without proper training or supervision
  • Ride at your own skill level

By taking these precautions you can reduce your risk of an accident.

Contact Us

At the Law Office of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., our qualified Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyers are dedicated to helping you fight for the financial compensation you need if you have been harmed due to the negligence of another party. Contact us today at (319) 294-4424 to schedule a free consultation.

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