By: Donald C. Turner
Many Chester County residents use their property, in whole or in part, for various types of equine activities. Regardless of whether the use is of a personal or a commercial nature, these activities pose a variety of risks to property owners, horse owners, riders and trainers. As a result, those involved in these activities should carefully consider what they can do to minimize their exposure to liability and to provide for insurance.
Please read this larger article on preventative measures that you can take to protect yourself from the various risks associated with equine activities.
For more information on Equine Law or any type of property owner liability, contact Donald Turner.