Louisiana  |  Personal Injury

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Asked on: 12/13/12, 2:51 pm

I went horseback riding on a neighbor's horse. The horse entered a field next to their house which is owned by a bank (related to a bankruptcy), & became spooked and threw me off. I received multiple injuries including a clavicle & cervical fx. My question is: Can I sue the land owner of the property in which I felled (the bank). The owner of the horses does not have insurance on horses. Furthermore, I have no desire to sue her personally & with her assets it would be a waste of time. Please let me know if the land owner on which I fell can be held responsible for injuries. I reside in the state of Louisiana.

Thank You for your time in this matter.

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