Caerphilly is a town located within the county borough that shares its name, in the Rhymney Valley, south Wales. The town is situated approximately 7.5 miles (12 km) from Cardiff and 12 miles (19 km) away from Newport, and is in fact separated from the outer suburbs of the Welsh capital by Caerphilly Mountain. The town is historically a part of the County of Glamorgan, sits on the county border with Monmouthshire and is the largest settlement within the County Borough of Caerphilly.

The town has, in recent years, become a commuter settlement for those who work in the cities of Cardiff and Newport, and this has further boosted Caerphilly’s population to the point that the town and surrounding community now numbers more than 15,000 residents. What the town’s status as a commuter town also brings to Caerphilly is a higher level of vehicular traffic, so it is the combination of higher population and increased traffic which explains why your home town can be a hotbed of personal injury claims Caerphilly residents.

Personal Injury Claims in Caerphilly

When a settlement has both a large population and an increased amount of vehicular traffic, it also has a higher accident rate and it is this fact which explains how your home town is the source of a comparatively high number of claims Caerphilly residents. You might one day be in a position to pursue your own claims Caerphilly residents, but before you do you should learn the basic details of the claims process.

When A Claim Can Be Pursued

A claim arises when you have been injured or have fallen ill and the blame for your accident is definitively somebody else’s fault.

How Long You have to Claim

The claim normally lasts for three years after the incident in question, but if you wait longer than this then your ability to claim unfortunately lapses. This is not always necessarily the case however with claims in regard to either an injury suffered when you were a minor or claims concerning industrial diseases where symptoms can take years to develop and manifest themselves.

Who You Can Count On For Help

If the above information has convinced you that you may be entitled to pursue a personal injury claim, then the best people to contact for help are Accident Advice Helpline. They are personal injury specialists who are enviably experienced at handling all types of claims and can therefore deal with anything and everything which may arise through a case. To find out more, give them a call on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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