Making claims in Pontyclun
have you been injured as the result of an accident that was someone else’s fault? Accident Advice Helpline are here to assist you with your personal injury compensation claims in Pontyclun.
Pontyclun is a village which can be found within the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, in the south east of Wales. The village’s name translates from the Welsh language as ‘bridge over the River Clun’, with the Clun being a tributary to the River Ely, which runs through the settlement. The bridge in question is thought to be the one found traversing the Afon Clun just before its confluence with the Ely.
Modern day Pontyclun
After the decline of coal mining in Pontyclun and in Wales as a whole, what was a booming industrial town quickly regressed to village status with many people being forced to leave due to a lack of employment opportunities. What that means is that when it comes to personal injury compensation claims in Pontyclun, the area is a largely unlikely source but that does not mean that the ins and outs of the claims process are not important in the area.
Personal injury claims in Pontyclun
Personal injury claims in Pontyclun or elsewhere, can be pursued by an individual if they have been injured in an accident or occurrence which was definitively the fault of another party. These types of incident can clearly occur anywhere, even in a small former mining village, and therefore you may one day find yourself in need of pursuing your own claims in Pontyclun. If that is the case then the best first step which you could possibly take is to contact Accident Advice Helpline.
Take our unique 30-second online assessment to give you an estimate of how much compensation you may be able to claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
At Accident Advice Helpline we have in-house personal injury specialists who have 16 years’ worth of experience of helping claimants to get all of the compensation that they deserve. We provide you with free, no-obligation advice and a completely no-win, no-fee service.
Most claims can be processed by telephone, so it is unlikely you will need to appear in court at all.
To find out how we could help you, give us a call on either 0800 689 0500 from a UK landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. If we can’t answer you immediately, we will call you back.
Date Published: 25th July 2014
Author: David Brown