The Isle of Anglesey is situated off the north-westernmost tip of Wales in the British Isles. It’s separated from the mainland by the Menai Straits, across which are road and rail bridge connections. The whole coastline of the island has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and Anglesey has a rich mixture of beautiful wild landscapes and manmade features, such as interesting architecture.
Light my Way
On a promontory of the east coast stands Penmon Lighthouse. It marks the point between Dinmor Point and Puffin Island, no doubt warning ships against taking a disastrous turn into what looks like open water but soon leads to rocks. Before lighthouses were converted to work on solar power or other automated devices, a person actually had to live there, and keep the lamp burning at night. The lighthouse keeper trimmed the wicks of the oil lamps, kept them topped up and lit. He or she had to polish lenses and maintain clockwork mechanisms. This was vital work, to prevent shipping coming to close to shore with often fatal results.
The life of a lighthouse keeper was a lonely one, truly solitary confinement. Traditionally, the occupant would travel by boat to the destination, be left in post with his provisions for the year, or however long it was, and his last human contact would be a wave from the departing boatman, until someone returned to collect him at the end of his tour of duty.
Injury claim on the Isle of Anglesey
If you or someone you know needed to make a personal injury claim on the Isle of Anglesey, you may well find a specialist solicitor on the island, or even without travelling too far to the mainland, but it might not be convenient if you were laid up at home with injuries, or even in hospital.
Fortunately these days, if you have a laptop in front of you, or a mobile device, you can do all the research you need to do in order to make your injury claim on the Isle of Anglesey without moving a muscle. You’ll have questions about your injury claim on the Isle Of Anglesey and you’ll need answers.
Does my claim qualify?
How much will it cost me to hire a solicitor?
Will I have to go to court?
How much compensation will I receive?
How do I know if my claim will be successful?
Turning over in the head of a person who is trying to recover their strength, questions like these are not good. An injured person doesn’t need the extra worry, but help is at hand from the knowledgeable and sympathetic advisors at Accident Advice Helpline and it won’t cost you a thing to ask us. Contact us today from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Should you need a specialist solicitor to deal with your injury claim on the Isle of Anglesey, we’re here to help.
Date Published: 27th September 2013