PracticeAccounting FirmsAccountant sues riding school after horse fall

Accountant sues riding school after horse fall

Claims stables was in breach of its duty to take reasonable care of her

A Scottish accountant, Ann McGregor, 43 is suing a Fife-based riding school
after she was thrown from her horse during a riding lesson.

McGregor, a member of ICAS, is seeking damages of £30,000 from riding school,
LMRS Farm Ltd, of
Lochore
Meadows Riding Stables
, based in Lochgelly, Fife,
The
Scotsman reported.

McGregor told the Court of Session in
Edinburgh
after fracturing her leg and sustaining facial injuries in the
fall. She also underwent an operation to her leg as a result of the fall.

She claims the stables was in breach of its duty to take reasonable care for
her. This is denied by the riding stables.

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