In order to make a successful claim, there are several elements we have to prove:

  • you were owed a duty of care by the farm owner
  • they failed in this duty, or their standards fell short of those required
  • you suffered an injury as a direct consequence of this

As mentioned above, farm owners owe a duty of care to workers and to visitors, so the first element is straightforward. It is the last two elements which are significant in many cases.

Examples of a farm owner failing in their duty of care could include:

  • Failing to provide training on safe working practices
  • Poor maintenance of vehicles or machinery
  • Failing to display adequate warning signs
  • Failing to provide any or adequate protective equipment, such as gloves, boots, ear defenders, or eye protection etc
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