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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Free claims advice in Clydach


    Do you need free claims advice in Clydach?

    The morning commute is often the worst journey of the day, if not the worst journey you ever make. First thing in the morning you are likely to be tired and grumpy, preparing for the work day ahead and not wanting to get stuck in traffic. On top of this, during rush hour it is so much more difficult to get anywhere, with traffic backed up and Clydach road traffic accidents far more likely.

    If you take public transport then the same problems as when you are driving are presented, but there are even more people around and you find yourself squeezed into a confined space with hundreds of them. Here are some ways to stay calm during this time.

    • Leave early. If you are rushing to get to work then your commute is never going to be relaxed or peaceful. You need to give yourself about half an hour more than you think you need for a rush hour commute, or longer if you can stand it. This way if you do get stuck in traffic you are at least not worried about being late.
    • Don’t allow yourself to be angered. People that are rushing or stressed about their own commute may get angry or irritated with you and act badly. Don’t allow yourself to get angry and fall into a confrontation with other people, as all it will do is make your own commute worse.
    • Eat before you go. If you are hungry or thirsty when you are on your way to work then you may feel even more impatient about getting to where you are going. Don’t wait to eat breakfast at your desk, get up half an hour earlier and enjoy a proper breakfast with your family.
    • Try another journey. If you find yourself getting very frustrated during your morning car ride, try taking the bus or train instead. Try all of the options available to you until you find one which suits you better.

    Making a claim with Accident Advice Helpline

    You can make a claim for compensation if you are involved in a Clydach road traffic accident, or injured by another passenger on public transport. You will need to prove that your Clydach road traffic accident or injuries were not your own fault, and have evidence to back this up.

    However, Accident Advice Helpline should be able to help you to put together a strong case for compensation, whether you have been involved in a Clydach road traffic accident or a public transport problem.

    If you’d like to access free claims advice in Clydach, why not contact us today? Simply call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.

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    Date Published: 12th August 2014

    Author: David Brown

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