Answered on Feb 27th, 2017 at 5:28 AM
Generally, the stabe owner is right - its called assumption of risk, papers signed or not. As to the insurance aspect the stable owner would beequally entitled to expect you had health insurance for such things. If there are facts you believe put this in a gray area of negligence, you will typically need to retain a lawyer(at your expense) to file suit and start gathering the facts to support your belief. Unfortunately, absent catastrophic injury and a collectible defendnt these cases are not contingent feec cases for 99% of lawyers.
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