Cefn-Mawr is a large village within the community of Cefn, which itself is found inside the County Borough of Wrexham in Wales. The village’s name translates from Welsh as ‘big ridge’ and the nearby village of Cefn Bychan, which is also a constituent part of Cefn, is ‘little ridge’.
Cefn-Mawr was historically a part of the ancient parish of Ruabon until 1844 when much of the surrounding area, Cefn-Mawr included, was subsumed into the newer parish of Rhosymedre. Then in 1974 most of the villages in the Dee Valley were reorganised into the community of Cefn and that is the situation as it stands today.
Cefn-Mawr’s Industrial History
As with many of the villages of the Dee Valley, Cefn-Mawr was heavily industrialised throughout the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries due to the large deposits of iron, coal and sandstone in the region. This led to the village of Cefn-Mawr having a thriving and growing economy and in spite of the subsequent decline of mining and industry in the region, the village remains a busy and popular settlement. What is also similar today to when industry dominated the region, is that accidents and injuries can and do happen in the village, so that is why it makes sense for us to discuss personal injury compensation claims Cefn-Mawr residents.
Personal Injury Claims in Cefn-Mawr
It may well be the case that you don’t know much about personal injury claims in Cefn-Mawr but that is nothing to be ashamed of, as many people are also unaware of the main details of compensation until such time that they need to make a claim. Whilst this is common, it is not necessarily a situation that you should be content with, as it would be more helpful to understand the basic details of the claims process before you actually want to pursue your own claims Cefn-Mawr residents. Read on and find out both when claiming is possible and who you should trust to handle a claim in the event that you do have one.
When Claiming Is Possible
According to the UK legislation regarding compensation, it is when you have suffered an injury that was demonstrably somebody else’s fault that you are entitled to seek personal injury compensation as recompense for the pain and distress you have suffered.
Who Can Handle Your Claim?
The best way to try to ensure that you receive all of the compensation that you deserve is by trusting the handling of your claim to Accident Advice Helpline. They are peerless specialists in the field who have friendly and professional advisers available 24 hours a day and seven days a week when you call either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992.