Cwmbran is a new town which today forms a part of the County Borough of Torfaen, within the boundaries of the historic county of Monmouthshire, in south Wales. The town is situated at the corner of the South Wales Coalfield and has a hilly aspect to its western and northern edges, with the surrounding hills climbing to over 1,000 feet (300 m), whilst the land to the east of the settlement is the much lower lying expanse of the Usk Valley. As has been mentioned above, Cwmbran is indeed a new town and as such has a relatively short but interesting history.

The History And Establishment Of Cwmbran

There is some history of human habitation in the area which is now known as Cwmbran as far back as the Neolithic and Bronze Age eras, but the settlement itself only came into being as recently as 1949. This was in response to the 1946 New Towns Act, which searched all over the UK for suitable locations to establish new towns as a means to generate new employment opportunities and development. In Wales, the proposed location was the area to the south of the coalfield, based around the villages of Old Cwmbran, Pontnewydd, Upper Cwmbran, Croesyceiliog, Llantarnam and Llanyrafon, which became the new town of Cwmbran.

Modern Day Cwmbran

Since its establishment in 1949, Cwmbran has seen a steady and significant population growth, so that by 2001 close to 50,000 people were recorded as being permanent residents of the settlement. This made Cwmbran the sixth largest urban area within the whole of Wales and ably demonstrates how significant an urban centre it has truly grown to be. Whilst this is generally a positive for the new town it does also bring other issues to the fore and some of these are the issues that surround personal injury compensation claims Cwmbran residents.

Personal Injury Claims Cwmbran

As with other regions of the country, when they are based in your town, personal injury claims in Cwmbran can be pursued if and when you have been injured and somebody else was definitively to blame. Therefore, it is personal injury claims Cwmbran-based or otherwise which provide you with a means to gain some degree of recompense for the emotional, financial and physical suffering that you have had to endure. It is important that your claim is handled by the right people.

Who To Trust With Your Claim?

The best way to ensure that you receive all of the compensation that you deserve is to trust the handling of your claim to Accident Advice Helpline. You can reach them 24 hours a day and seven days a week by calling either 0800 180 4123 from a landline or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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