Have you ever heard of a place called Aberhonddu? How about Brecknock? These two names are associated with a more familiar place name called Brecon, which is in Powys, in Wales. Aberhonddu is the Welsh name, while Brecknock relates to an earlier Anglicised version of the name. Over 8,000 people live in the area, and while accident claims in Brecon are uncommon, there will be cases from time to time whereby people are injured and put in a claim for compensation.
If you have become one of the few who have been injured while travelling through the area, or during a local trip to or from your home or business, don’t panic. Legal assistance is closer than you think, and easier to access, too.
Is it easy to make accident claims in Brecon?
The overriding rule you must remember is the requirement to have evidence that negligence on the part of a third party was to blame for what happened to you. This holds true whether you were hurt in a road accident, at work, or while out and about shopping, or using any local facilities provided for you.
Immediately following an accident, you are likely to be in shock, upset, and working out whether you have been hurt. If you have, you must determine whether medical attention is a good idea. It is if you suspect you might claim compensation later, because this will provide proof of your injuries, as seen by your GP, or by another medical professional. This could help support accident claims in Brecon.
You’re a single call away from assistance
Very few accident claims in Brecon take place each year, but those that do are handled by personal injury solicitors. You don’t need to find a local solicitor to handle any compensation claim you are considering making, because there is an easier route to finding someone who can help. This is reassuring if you don’t live in Brecon, since you can access an experienced source of advice no matter where you are in the country.
You will not need any money to get your claim started as we work on a no-win, no-fee basis, and that takes care of the financing of your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline is available now on 0800 689 0500 if you are using a landline, or you can call on 0333 500 0993 if you would rather use your mobile to contact us. We can reassure you on the process you will go through, and perhaps also discuss the likely outcome of a claim, if your case is found in your favour at the end.