It is rare to come across a city with a population of less than 20,000 people, but Bangor in Wales falls into this uncommon category, with 18,810 residents at the last Census. It is located at the very top of Gwynedd, and it is close to the border that faces Anglesey. It would be very unfortunate if you were ever involved in a Bangor no-win, no-fee* accident, since these accidents are rare and most occur at such a low speed, there are no injuries involved.
Of course, with that said, we all know injuries can stem from accidents of all kinds. We intimated the idea of speed above, in relation to road accidents, but things can go wrong in other situations, too. Most employers take every care to preserve the health and well-being of their employees, for example, but if you had an accident at work, you could end up being injured there, instead.
Slips, trips and falls
There is a chance you might suffer this sort of accident, since many of us do slip over, or trip over something from time to time. Sometimes, this could be because we aren’t paying attention. Perhaps we don’t see a step that is clearly in our way, or we fall over our own shoes.
But sometimes, someone else might be at fault. A slippery car park isn’t gritted in the winter, for example, or a dangerous set of stairs is not properly maintained to make it safer, leading to someone falling down them. These are just two examples of situations where something going wrong might lead to injuries and a Bangor no-win, no-fee* accident claim.
Are you wondering about a Bangor no-win, no-fee* accident claim?
Making a compensation claim won’t be the immediate thing you think of when you are in an accident. You will want to know whether you have been injured, and whether those injuries require you to get some assistance. If you suspect a third party was to blame for what happened to you, you should certainly seek advice from a legal representative, as you could have a chance to make a Bangor no-win, no-fee* accident claim.Open Claim Calculator
To find out more about pursuing compensation, call us on 0800 689 0500 to reach the team at Accident Advice Helpline. You could also use your mobile to call 0333 500 0993. We guarantee free, private, no-obligation advice when you do, and that if you do decide to go ahead with a claim, we will be here to guide you all the way through the process.