Digging out your insurance policy and rereading between the lines is time well spent, finds Hanna Lindon
South Essex Insurance Brokers has changed its name to SEIB Insurance Brokersto reflect the company’s national status
Payouts by equestrian businesses have highlighted the expense of defending personal injury claims
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The high profile falls of eventers Laura Collett and Harry Meade — who suffered serious injuries last year but didn’t have personal accident cover — have flagged up the need for riders to have insurance
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Horse trials organisers are having to shoulder steep event insurance increases and another wet year could render some events uninsurable, an expert has warned
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Riding schools have told H&H they fear that extortionate costs could force centres — already grappling with hefty insurance premiums — out of business
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The Financial Ombudsman has ordered NFU Mutual to reconsider Miss Hodson's claim for veterinary costs
Event organisers and riders have called for British Eventing (BE) to review the insurance it provides for members in the wake of a recent incident that has left rider Sam Penn with an excess of £250 to pay - should she be found to have been negligent
Riders, riding schools and livery yards are being warned that they must have correct liability insurance in what appears to be a growing "no win, no fee" culture
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