The word ‘aber’ means ‘mouth of, and stems from the Gaelic tongue. It is often seen as part of place names in Wales, as in Aberystwyth. In this case, the town lies at the mouth of the River Ystwyth, which makes perfect sense of its name. This charming town is on the coast in the region of Ceredigion, and around 13,000 people live here. You would be unlucky indeed to be caught up in an Aberystwyth no-win, no-fee accident if you were here.
An accident might be referred to like this if it was caused by one individual or entity, and another innocent person was hurt in the accident. By entity, we refer to a business, a council, or perhaps any other business or enterprise that exhibited negligence in some way.
What should you do if you are injured and you think someone else was at fault?
The first thing and most important thing to do would be to assess your injuries. You should get medical advice to determine whether you are fine, whether you have cuts or bruises, or whether you have more serious injuries that may potentially require further treatment. Whatever happens, this means you have an official record of your visit to a medical professional, and this could be useful later if you decide to make a personal injury claim.
Next, you should think about speaking to someone who can advise you on whether you might be compensated if you were to go ahead with an Aberystwyth no-win, no-fee accident claim. The no-win, no-fee nature of a claim means you will not have any solicitors’ fees to settle if your claim does not result in an award being granted to you.
Were you involved in an Aberystwyth no-win, no-fee accident?
Any accident can potentially mean you are left with injuries. If someone else did or did not do something that meant the accident happened, and this meant you suffered those injuries, there is a chance a claim may go ahead.
To learn whether you had an Aberystwyth no-win, no-fee accident and can now make a claim, simply call 0800 689 0500 from a landline to see if Accident Advice Helpline can assist you. You can also call us from your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993. When you do, you can see why thousands of others innocent accident victims have called us over more than 16 years – simply because we offer friendly, expert, no-obligation advice and support at a time when you are likely to need it most.