Coedpoeth is a village and community found within the Borough County of Wrexham, in the north eastern part of Wales close to the border with England. The village is situated on a hill between the Clywedog and Gwenfro valleys, and affords views of Wrexham, the Cheshire Plain and large swathes of both Welsh and English countryside.

The village’s name is thought to derive from the Welsh words Coed and Poeth, meaning respectively ‘wood’ and ‘burnt’. It is thought therefore, that the village was named for the charcoal burning heritage in the village and local woods. It was from coal mining and lead smelting, however, that the village derived much of its wealth for hundreds of years and the second of those industries is remembered by the part of the town known as ‘the Smelt’ where street names refer directly to the trade.

Modern Day Coedpoeth

Today, Coedpoeth is a relatively large village with a population of close to 4,500 people and amenities which include two schools, a library and a variety of independent stores and businesses to be found on the high street. This means that Coedpoeth, whilst little known outside of the local area, is a relatively busy and active community and that when it comes to personal injury claims Coedpoeth is a more likely source of these than you might think.

Personal Injury Compensation Claims in Coedpoeth

Personal injury claims in Coedpoeth are more likely than you might have at first expected, so its crucial for residents to understand the claims process a little better in case they are ever in a position to pursue claims in Coedpoeth. The remainder of this article will offer some brief but vital details about compensation to help you on your way.

When The Entitlement To Claim Exists

When you peruse the UK legislation pertinent to compensation, you will find that it is when you have been injured or have fallen ill and it was proven to be somebody else’s fault, that you are entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim. It is in these circumstances that an entitlement to claim exists in order to offer the victim a means of recompense for the pain inflicted upon them.

Who Can Help You To Claim

If the above has made you think that you may have a claim then the best people to contact are Accident Advice Helpline; personal injury specialists with a peerless experience within the field. You can reach their advisers 24 hours a day and seven days a week by calling either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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