Llantwit Major is home of the Royal Mint. Its name in Welsh is Llanilltud Fawr with ‘llan’ meaning church, ‘illtud’ referring to Saint Iltyd and ‘Fawr’ meaning great (or major). It lies on the coast of the Vale of Glamorgan and has close connections to Saint Illtud, who founded a monastery and college, Cor Tewdws, there. It attracted many students, including the patron saint of Wales, Saint David, and many men from eminent families. The Vikings destroyed it in the 10th Century, but the monastery was rebuilt and retained its tradition for learning, but then (in the 12th Century) it was governed by Tewkesbury Abbey. Of course, as with all other monasteries in England and Wales, it closed in 1539 when Henry VIII dissolved them. However, you can still see St Illtyd’s parish church in Llantwit Major, which was founded in the 13th Century, built close to the site of the monastery. Now it is a Grade I listed building and is also one of the oldest parish churches in Wales.
Can’t find an accident lawyer in Llantwit Major?
Have you been injured in an accident or, perhaps diagnosed with an illness that is the result of another person’s negligent behaviour towards you? If you answered yes, to either proposition, then you might be looking for an accident lawyer in Llantwit Major so that you can find out if you have reasonable grounds for making a personal injury compensation claim. You may have thought that finding an accident lawyer in Llantwit Major would be easy, but you may have encountered problems in finding an appropriate one. Accident lawyers in Llantwit Major and elsewhere, tend to deal with certain types of claims, and are not expert in all areas of the claims law. You need an appropriately experienced accident lawyer to help you with your claim if you are to have a chance of receiving compensation.
Looking for an accident lawyer in Llantwit Major? call us at Accident Advice Helpline, as we can provide you with just the in-house accident lawyer you need to represent you on a no-win, no-fee basis.
What do you need to prove?
If you have been injured in an accident, you must be able to prove that it was the fault of another person entirely and not yours. You also need to have your medical records to show the extent and severity of your injuries and also to prove that you had medical treatment as soon as you possibly could after the accident.
If you had or have an illness you must be able to prove that someone else’s negligence caused it.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you need expert legal advice and help to file your potential claim, call us now at Accident Advice Helpline; from a landline call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile, 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 23rd November 2014