Bargoed is a town within the Rhymney Valley in Wales and translated into English means border. It has a population of around 12,000 people and the Rhymney River runs through it. The A469, A465 and A470 roads pass through Bargoed and link to the M4 motorway. If you have been the victim of a road traffic accident here which resulted in an injury, you may want to find out more about making a Bargoed road traffic accident claim with us today.
Road traffic accidents
We can sometimes forget how dangerous driving on the roads can be. All drivers must take driving lessons and pass a test to be able to drive a vehicle and we are expected to drive at safe speeds and not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you have been the unfortunate victim of a road traffic accident which was not your fault you may be left feeling angry, frustrated in addition to being injured.
Road traffic accidents can result in fatalities. They can also result in a disability. Other injuries which may occur include broken bones, dislocations, concussions and whiplash. If you have suffered any of these injuries or similar then it may be time to consult a professional and find out about making a Bargoed road traffic accident claim.
Let the experts help
At Accident Advice Helpline we want to ensure you receive everything you are entitled to. If you do not believe your road traffic accident was your fault then you could be due a large compensation payout for the undeserved injuries you have suffered.
Try our 30-second claim calculator to see what your claim could be worth or call one of our experts for free on 0800 689 0500 for a no-obligation call about your accident. Our team are experienced and trained to give you the best advice possible.
Compensation may not be able to take away the pain and emotional distress you suffered as a result of your accident but it may help towards financial costs and possibly easing your frustrations surrounding the incident.
To be eligible to make a claim for compensation the accident must not have been your fault and it must have happened in the last three years. You must have sought medical attention regarding your injuries and any witnesses or photographs can also help your case.
Date Published: 6th October 2016
Author: Rob Steen