If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault in Troedyrhiw, you may be thinking about making a claim. Before you do, it is prudent to find out more about accident claims in Troedyrhiw and your own eligibility to make a claim for compensation. To do so, you should discuss your case with accident solicitors in Troedyrhiw who will be able to go through your case and offer invaluable advice and insight on the next steps.
Troedyrhiw, also spelt as Troed-y-rhiw, means ‘foot of the hill’. It is a small village in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan in South Wales. Troedyrhiw, which is near Merthyr Tydfil for those who love their geography, is regarded as a valley community, with close-knit residents. What might surprise you about Troedyrhiw is the fact that many professional Welsh footballers have been born there, including Charlie Jones, Willie Davis and Gwyn Jones.
Another thing that might surprise you is that for such a small village, Troed-y-rhiw has a relatively high number of unexplained deaths: The village of Troed-y-rhiw got national press coverage when the bodies of two people, a woman and child, were found in the Welsh valleys in suspicious circumstances. The village is also known for its mysteries; a man was found dead at the same house where a mother and baby died less than a year before in unexplained circumstances, in a case which has baffled police.
Accident claims in Troedyrhiw
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault in Troedyrhiw, you may have a strong case for financial compensation. Most accident claims in Troedyrhiw are made up of road traffic accident claims, slips, trips and falls claims and workplace accident claims. Due to the location of Troed-y-rhiw, walking, hiking and outdoor activities are a popular pastime, and therefore there are a number of injuries sustained in the outdoors from slips, trips and falls, such as cuts and bruises, broken bones and concussion. Road traffic accidents are relatively rare in Troed-y-rhiw, as the roads as narrow and it is quite a sleepy village, however road traffic accidents do happen as they do everywhere in the United Kingdom.
One thing you should keep in mind if you have been injured is that it is your legal right to make accident claims in Troedyrhiw for compensation if the accident was not your fault.
If you have been injured in an accident and wish to find out more about your rights to make a claim, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and discuss your case with a highly trained, compassionate claims advisor.