Kathryn A. Hall PC
A T T O R N E Y a t L A W
We've all devoted countless hours and made significant financial investments in pursuing our equestrian goals. Trainers, boarding facilities, veterinarians, breeders, farriers, and haulers earn their income providing services to their clients and caring for their clients' horses. We all know horses are powerful athletes that can be injured, or injure others, at any time.
Professionals and amateurs alike face significant financial risks in equestrian activities, including the risk of injury to both horse and human. Failure to properly identify and manage risk can lead to unwelcome, unnecessary legal and financial consequences. An experienced attorney can help you sort out, and take appropriate steps to manage, risks, often before they become financially and emotionally devasting.