An Introduction to Equine Law

Jun 10, 2020
Equine

The Mid-South is home to a diverse group of equestrians who are involved in many disciplines, and within any equine activity, issues or disputes may arise. The practice of equine law involves various aspects of horse ownership and involvement with equine activities.

Tennessee understands the importance of these activities and has enacted certain statutes to limit the civil liability of those involved in certain equine activities. Harris Shelton attorney Melanie Dunlap provides counsel and litigation services in various areas of equine law, including:

  • Premises liability
  • Personal injury
  • Matters involving boarding facilities and training
  • Equine sales
  • Various contractual arrangements
  • Veterinarian malpractice

Melanie shares more about equine liability issues in Tennessee and points to consider when drafting contracts related to equine activities via Mid-South Horse Review.

If you’re in need of legal guidance regarding equine liability or any of the areas listed above, please contact Harris Shelton today.