The Welsh capital Cardiff has a population of almost 350,000 people. Cardiff is Wales’ main economical hub, with a large percentage of commercial businesses settled there. In particular, the tourist industry, retail industry, and financial services industries make up the largest industries in the city – manufacturing has dropped in Cardiff since the mid-20th century, but even now, almost one-tenth of Cardiff’s working population are involved in the manufacturing industry. As such, Cardiff is one of the most well-known cities in the whole of the United Kingdom.
With such a large population as well as so much industry and tourism, it’s no surprise that there is demand for personal injury lawyers who are capable of representing the people living, working and visiting Cardiff who have been injured in an accident there.
An Accident and an Injury Claim in Cardiff
If you’ve been involved in an accident and were injured as a result, Accident Advice Helpline can help you make an injury claim in Cardiff provided we can prove the accident was not your fault and that it happened within the last three years. This is could be helped by:
- Physical Evidence. Responsible persons such as people who are in control of the premises where your accident occurred have a legal responsibility to record the incident, including when and where it happened and the circumstances around the accident. This is usually in the form of an Accident Book, which records details of who was involved, which provides proof of how the accident occurred.
- Eyewitness testimony. If someone witnessed your accident or the unsafe conditions that the accident took place in, this can be invaluable in proving both when and where the accident happened – and, depending on the testimony, may also be able to show that the accident was down to someone else’s negligence and not your own.
So, how much compensation could you receive as part of an injury claim in Cardiff? This depends on the circumstances of the accident, such as the severity of the injury, where it occurred, and so on. These circumstances will be considered in turn when your case is reviewed.
You can get an estimate for how much you might receive by using Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second test today, which is available on our main website. Just answer the questions as part of the questionnaire and you’ll receive personalised advice and estimates that take your circumstances into account.
If you want more information on making an injury claim in Cardiff, why not give Accident Advice Helpline a call right now? Our lines are open so you’ll be able to reach a member of our advice team if you call now.
You can get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline on
- 0800 689 0500 (free from landlines)
- 0333 500 0993 (for mobile phones)
All calls come with 100% no obligation, so call today to get advice, information and representation from Accident Advice Helpline!