Even if your Welsh isn’t up to scratch, you may well guess that Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen is in Wales. More specifically, it is in Neath Port Talbot in southern Wales. It has a population numbering around 4,240 people according to the most recent census to have taken place. Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen road traffic accidents tend to be few and far between, but of course, as we all know, you can never tell where accidents are going to take place.
Modern safety features in cars have led to better protection in the event that an accident does occur. However, there are cases where people are still injured, perhaps in a car that doesn’t have airbags or where the airbags do not go off. In other cases, injuries may still happen even with airbags present.
How do these accidents happen?
No two accidents are usually ever the same, but of course accidents happen on a variety of roads and in all kinds of situations. If you have ever had a road accident you will know how frightening it can be, but the shock can hit you afterwards. You may get little or no opportunity to prepare yourself for what is about to happen.
Even if you do, you may not be able to avoid injury. Someone might drive into your car or strike you as you cross the road on foot. If you are a cyclist you may also be at risk of serious injury if you are hit by a vehicle as you ride along the road.
What can you do to find out whether you can claim?
The best thing to do is to speak to someone who has extensive experience of personal injury claims. To that end, just call 0800 689 0500 and you can chat with an expert at Accident Advice Helpline. With experience in the business since 2000, we are just the people you’ll want to have on your side if you can make a no win, no fee claim for compensation.
We’ll steer you through the process required, and let you know what you need to do if you do have a chance to claim. We have handled Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen road traffic accidents and those that have occurred all over the country too, so we are the best people to call. Make sure you get in touch as soon as possible, or within three years of the incident.
Date Published: 17th August 2014
Author: David Brown