Holyhead is the largest town on the Welsh Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Holyhead has a very busy port and ferries between the island and Ireland use it frequently. The A55 which leads to the port in Holyhead is a very busy road and in October 2014 it was temporarily closed for approximately two and a half hours after a collision involving a car and lorry at the traffic lights near the entrance to the port. The driver had to be cut out of the car, but injuries sustained were said to be non-life threatening. Police have to investigate the causes of accidents on British roads which involve motorised vehicles when people are injured.
Holyhead road traffic injury claim
If you are thinking about filing a Holyhead road traffic injury claim for personal injuries, then you will have to prove that you were not to blame for your accident. You also have to prove that it was the responsibility of another person and caused by their negligence or reckless behaviour.
You will need to have received medical treatment for your injuries as soon as was practicable after the accident. Both the police accident report and your medical report are required if you are to file a Holyhead road traffic injury claim, or any other claim for personal injuries sustained in a road traffic accident.
How long do I have to file my claim?
For injuries sustained in accidents that happen in the UK, you usually have three years from their dates to file a claim for personal injuries, but this is not always the case. For injuries stemming from some accidents, you have months rather than years to file your claim. If you don’t want to miss the chance to claim compensation for your injuries, call us at Accident Advice Helpline to find out precisely how long you have to file your particular claim. We can also provide you with expert legal advice and a legal advisor who works for clients on a no win, no fee basis.
Accident Advice Helpline
We at Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm with more than a decade’s experience of helping people with their personal injury compensation claims, so we feel that we can probably assist you with your potential claim. All you have to do is call us on one of our freephone numbers. From a mobile call 0800 689 0500, or if you prefer to ring us from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. Why not call now?
Date Published: 18th December 2014