Michigan Horse Injury Cases

The Michigan Law Firm, PLLC will represent those who have been seriously  injured as the result of a horse or equestrian injury accident.  Under the Michigan's Equine Activities Liability Act (EALA), there are certain circumstances in which the owner or company supervising horse or equestrian activities may be liable for personal injuries.

Horse Injury Lawyer

Many horse riding injuries can be severe.  Frequently, those injured riding a horse sustain broken bones, head injuries, knee injuries, or even torn rotator cuffs or other torn muscles.

In these circumstances the company or horse owner may be liable for negligence, negligence pro se, or even liable for a defective product if there was a safety equipment failure. 

There are a number of legal remedies available to recover money for medical bills and pain and suffering after a horse riding injury, but first, you should call an experienced negligence lawyer who is ready to handle your horse injury case.

The Michigan Law Firm, PLLC offers free consultations.  Call today to discuss what compensation you may be entitled to under Michigan law with one of our experienced horse accident lawyers.

Call us anytime at 844.4MI.FIRM