A recent government report identified a cluster of road accident hotspots in the south Wales area, including the area north of Cardiff and close to Pontypridd. A location qualifies as a cluster site if there has been a minimum of four personal injury collisions within a three-year period and inside a 50 m radius of that point. Several hotspots identified in the wider Cardiff area included Coryton at Junction 32 of the M4, which inevitably affects motorists trying to get home to Pontypridd.
Whilst Welsh roads are among the safest in the world, sadly accidents do occur. If you’ve been injured in a road collision that was not your fault, you may be eligible for compensation. Accident Advice Helpline offer help completing claims forms. It’s important to pursue your legal rights following an accident as it’s one of the ways bad driving behaviour is penalised and the terrible toll on our roads is reduced.
Helpline for a car accident in Pontypridd
AAH operates a helpline for a car accident in Pontypridd in order to help victims get back on their feet. If you’ve been injured within the last three years, we hope to be able to help you gain compensation. Just by ringing AAH (or trying our 30-second web test) you could find yourself on the way to a payout with only a few simple steps to complete.
With more than ten years’ experience in the personal injury claims field, AAH is the best partner for pursuing a claim. We work on a no win, no fee basis for your peace of mind. We operate the helpline for a car accident in Pontypridd around the clock, so we never miss a call from an accident victim. Call now on Freephone 0800 689 0500 and we’ll see how we can assist you back to financial recovery.
Date Published: 12th October 2015
Author: David Brown