The A470 is a major A-road that runs through Wales. People can drive onto the road starting in Cardiff in South Wales and not leave it until it ends in Llandudno in North Wales. This is a total distance of just under 190 miles. The road also has a number of major junctions with other A-roads including the A5 and the A55, not to mention the M4 motorway.
As with any main road, considerable care should always be taken when driving on it. This holds true for all roads regardless of their nature, length or appearance. You should never drive unless you feel fit and able to do so, and you should always take into account the road conditions at the time. Some roads tend to see a higher incidence of accidents occurring than others, and this can potentially occur for a variety of reasons. A car crash on the A470 in Wales is no more likely to occur than a variety of other areas if drivers take ample care and pay attention to what is happening around them. This can help to reduce the chances of things going wrong and people being injured.
How might someone be injured in a car accident?
It is very difficult to tell. A lot will depend on the speed involved and how many vehicles are involved. Clearly a shunt that occurs at very low speed will be very minor indeed, whereas an accident that occurs at a high speed could well have a very different outcome. Some accidents may potentially lead to fatalities, whether these are instant or occur later on after treatment has been given. Some may eventually recover if they are injured in an accident, but still suffer the consequences throughout their lives.
Call AAH today to determine whether you could win compensation
Compensation is well worth considering if someone else was at fault for causing a car accident you were caught up in. If you’ve been injured and those injuries occurred within the last three years, make sure you call our free 24/7 enquiry line today on 0800 689 0500. This is the best thing to do if you want to take advantage of speaking with a professional injury compensation lawyer on a no-obligation basis. Wouldn’t you like to determine whether you could claim compensation via a no win, no fee* claim now?
Date Published: April 19, 2015
Author: Rob Steen