What Is Equine Law?
When I tell people that I am an equine attorney, they seem incredulous that "equine law" is a field of practice. The first question I get is, "Really? What is it that you DO?" The answer is, I help horse owners and equine entrepreneurs protect the operations they have built as labors of love.
Sometimes People Act The Fool: Why You (Yes, You) Need Equine Liability Insurance
I get asked all the time: why do I need commercial liability insurance for my equine business? Savvy business owners know that Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and the majority of all other nearby states have an equine “shield” law that essentially says horseback riders ride at their own risk. But that does not completely protect your equine investment.
Horse Sales Are Strong: Protect Yourself When Buying or Selling a Horse
Use horse sense—get sound legal advice before buying or selling a horse. Attorney Allison J. Farrell explains.
Equine Liability: Don’t Risk Your Kingdom on a Half-Nailed Shoe
A horseback riding accident can happen in the blink of an eye. One moment, you are happily trotting down a trail. The next moment, you are flying head first into the unforgiving trunk of a tree. What the heck just happened?